Free Advent Devotionals for Children

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I’ve already told you about the Advent Devotionals we will be using this year, but I also wanted to give you links to a few FREE Advent resources.

Celebrate Jesus with a Jesse Tree from Feels Like Home

Advent Calendar Countdown & Printable from Kerry Beck (you receive this when you sign up for her free Christmas webinar)

Jesse Tree Advent Family Devotional from A Holy Experience (must be a subscriber to her blog)

Reasons for the Season from Toddler Bites shared on Women Living Well

2012 Jesse Tree Advent Devotional from Tired, Need Sleep

Advent Blessings from Raising Arrows (explanation of how we use these can be found here)

Teach the True Story of Christmas Advent Calendar from Sweeter Than Sweets

Advent Boxes from I Can Teach My Child

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  1. Amy, thank you so much for inspiring me to be more intentional this Christmas! I didn’t do the Christmas planner like you do but I have really gotten excited about carving out time with my kids along the way leading up to Christmas. I have already been reading short Christmas stories while the kids eat lunch. I ordered a Christmas devotional that I’m excited to do as a family. Also, I looked over some of the links you posted for the Advent boxes and want to put them together this week. Way to go on your bags! I can just feel the excitement! I bet your kids are busting at the seams with anticipation. I’m sorry to hear that you have been sick. You’re such a trooper. So thankful your clan works together as a great team!

  2. The Truth in the Tinsel sounds like lots of fun!! Have you ever read Jotham’s Journey or any of the other 2 books by Arnold Ytreeide? They are so good!!! He even has one for Easter.

  3. Thanks for the links! I’ve been wanting something to do with my children for Advent, but I had no idea where to start looking. I’ve already printed one out, and it’s waiting for Advent to start.

  4. “Farmer Boy” is my favorite LHOP story too. I read it year round whenever I get a chance just so I don’t forget how it feels to read a book while I’m waiting for my babies to be school-agers. My mother used a LHOP curriculum for homeschooling when I was younger. She also used McGuffey’s Readers and an old-fashioned Mathematics series that I can’t remember the name of right now :-(
    Here is a link for a LHOP curriculum – I believe it is the same one Mother used.

  5. Thanks for sharing these great links! We have a 3 and 5 year old, and we’ve really been enjoying the free advent devo put out by Thriving Family (Focus on the Family) – it’s called Knowing Him By Name. Each day we talk about a different name of Jesus and what that teaches us about HIm. It’s very simple yet has led to some great, thought provoking discussions for our littles – and encouragement for the adults!