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What God wants for Christmas is an interactive nativity for children. Bring the family together, read or listen (audio book CD included) to the story book, and add the newest figure to the manger scene. Ten minutes a day leading up to Christmas, or about 40 minutes to go through the full story. Tallest figure is 3.5" tall; manger is 8.5" x 8.25.
Number of Pages: 48
Dimensions: 9.12 X 8.87 (inches)
Availability: No longer available.
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From the creators of Resurrection Eggs Unwrap the true meaning and wonder of Christmas with each gift box in this interactive, kid-friendly nativity. Build a family tradition with every reading of the poetic Christmas story written by Barbara Rainey. Included is a read-with-me guide to share Christ with listening children. The book's captivating illustrations, the six presents each containing a sturdy, hand-painted character in the story, and the pop-up stable scene will take children on the journey to Bethlehem's first Christmas. The surprise ending in box #7 peeks inside the heart of God. Children will enjoy listening to the beautifully produced dramatic audio presentation of the book's story on CD.
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ElizabethVirginiaAge: 25-34Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5LOVE!December 10, 2014ElizabethVirginiaAge: 25-34Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am so impressed with this nativity and it's daily lessons. My 2 and 4 year old can't wait to start this the week before Christmas. Fun, engaging, and educational. I'mm enjoying teaching my children about Christ's birth as being the center of this time of year and this nativity is becoming a family tradition for sure!
mrsbckslayer4 Stars Out Of 5What God Wants for Christmas: Interactive Nativity for ChildrenDecember 5, 2014mrsbckslayerQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Love this! Perfect for teaching children the nativity. Shipping was fairly quick, but the corners of the storage box that holds the pieces of the set was a little busted. That was disappointing, since it is a gift to my daughter, to use with her children.
Judy5 Stars Out Of 5What God Wants for ChristmasDecember 1, 2014JudyThis interactive Nativity for Children is great. I am using it at Children's time at church. The book tells the story as we do the Nativity. Great way to tell the story and keep the children's interest.
teacher5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome toolNovember 1, 2014teacherQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was not exactly what I thought I was ordering, however, when I opened it up it was more than I had hoped for. What a great surprise! Children are going to LOVE this!
PraiseHim5 Stars Out Of 5I really loved this Game!January 1, 2013PraiseHimQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a great game! You can take as long as you like with this game depending on the age of the child/children. This game goes through the true story of Christmas. And it ultimately leads the child/children to what God really wants for Christmas. (which is US/our hearts) There is different options in playing this game also. You can play it like a scavenger hunt for older kids. One year we read the story with the book provided & each of the kids took turns looking up & reading the scriptures and picking the corresponding box to show everyone what is inside. I have just shown each box to my youngest 4 year old at the time and explained what each one means. All my kids and I have loved this game & has become a Christmas Tradition in our home.
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