Introduce Young Catholics to a Wonderworker with the St. Nicholas Christmas Ornament.
Our St. Nicholas Christmas Ornament is sure to bring smiles to your classroom, learning area, or Christmas Tree. It features an antique image of Saint Nicholas, the wonderworker and Archbishop of Myra. The text on the decoration reads: " St. Nicholas, Pray for Us!" There are four ornaments per page.
How to Use the St. Nicholas Christmas Ornament
First, print out the file. Next, cut the pieces apart on the straights lines then have learners use fine motor skills to cut the shape out on the dotted lines. Punch a hole at the top to be able to hang the ornament. If desired, you can tie a piece of decorative ribbon through the hole. Finally, hang your ornament on a Christmas tree, garland, wreath, or other decoration.
Some may want to create a double-sided version of this Christmas ornament by cutting two shapes out and gluing the unprinted sides together.
This ornament may be used not only to celebrate Christmas but also as a reminder for students that the feast day of St. Nicholas is celebrated on December 6th.