Adapted from 10ofthose’s The Nativity, this video features animated illustrations and sound effects, revealing what happened the first Christmas.
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Follow the Nativity story, from Bethlehem to Egypt with rhymes and animated illustrations.
Adapted from 10ofThose’s book The Nativity, this rhyming, read-along video follows the Nativity story. Meet Mary and Joseph, the amazed shepherds, the worshipping wise men, an angry Herod and the hopeful Anna and Simeon. Featuring sound effects and animated hand-drawn illustrations, this accessible and fun video for children aged 4-7 clearly explains what happened that very first Christmas.
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If you’d like to feature the Read-along Nativity video in your service, why not customise the intro and outro videos to create a themed service, or publicise it with a promotion video, tailored to your church? Whether your service is online or in person, adapt and customise the videos to suit your needs.
There are even giveaway copies of the book available to purchase. All details below.
Promote your service with a customisable video advert.
Begin your nativity service with an interactive intro that engages children and gives a taster of what’s to come. Perfect for online or in person nativity services.
Finish your nativity service with a quirky outro that reminds your audience of the story they’ve seen and heard.
Perfect for online or in person nativity services.
Why not buy copies of the book to give-away from 10ofThose. You could give a book to those in your community who attend the service whether online or offline.
This video is available for use online or offline in the context of your ministry/ministries (e.g. church service, children’s/youth group, small group, Bible study, school assemblies and lessons). By purchasing this video, you are purchasing a license to use and show it in the context of your specific situation (unless otherwise noted, this excludes uploading it by itself to social media).