Thursday, November 2, 2017

2019 Printable Advent Chain









2019 Printable Advent Chain


This activity is free, however it is only to be used for classroom and personal use. It may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. Reproduction or retransmission of any materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, is not permitted.

Print out pattern on colored paper. Have students cut into strips. Build your paper chain stapling the strips with a stapler in the correct order. Each day you tear off a piece of the chain that corresponds to the date and do the activity. Before you know it, it will be Christmas day!


2019 Printable Advent Chain- printable pattern


23 comments:

Unknown said...

HI Amazing Grace!! I wanted to invite you to participate in a Link Up Party for the Rosary:
http://familiacatolica-org.blogspot.com/2011/09/fiesta-de-enlaces-para-celebrar-el-mes.html
I would love to see all you have there!
Are you still considering a translator button?

Amazing Grace said...

Hey, Xhonane!

I'll head right on over to participate.

Oh, you can get any blog translated at:
http://translate.google.com/#

Just type in the blog link and it will translate into any language you want.

Gardenia said...

Amazing Grace, stopping by to print your Advent Chain, which we'll be trying for the first time this Advent. I saw it linked over at catholicmom,com. Thank you for all your wonderful ideas!!

Amazing_Grace said...

Gardenia-
Thank you! I hope your students like the Advent Chain and the activities. :)

m.o.b. boss said...

I used your chain last year from my PREP (CCD) class and it was a huge hit! Thank you for updating it for 2014. I attach the chain to an "advent wreath" that can be hung on a door frame or something high. The wreath is a green paper plate with a coloring sheet of a picture of an advent wreath with candles. When it's time to light a candle, they color in the flame. I got such positive feedback from the parents. Thank you and God bless!

Amazing_Grace said...

m.o.b. boss-
I am so glad people are enjoying the Advent Chain! I'll be sure to post a 2015 Advent Chain. :)

Unknown said...

I started using your chain two years ago and we are making it again tomorrow. Thanks for keeping it updated with the calendar and thanks for a meaningful activity.

Amazing_Grace said...

Mary Wakefield- You're welcome! I'm so glad you enjoy it. :)

Unknown said...

These are SO cute! Thank you for sharing.

Unknown said...

This is one of the best Advent projects to create at school and then send home! I have been using it for the last three years! Thank you for creating this activity that truly brings families together for the true meaning of Advent and Christmas!

Amazing_Grace said...

Thank you sister Paul Mary! I am so glad that others enjoy it. :)

backofthepack said...

I'm back for 2015. Thanks again! Blessings to you this Advent season.

Unknown said...

Amazing Grace. I love it. Thank you for this lovely project. I will introduce this to my CCD classes and have them share with their families throughout this season.
Much continued success.
Blessings to you

Amazing_Grace said...

You're welcome, Sophia. I hope your students enjoy it. :)

Sr. Paul Mary said...

I am so grateful for your Advent chains each year! Thank you for offering them!
My second graders and their parents enjoy them!!
Looking forward to this year!
Peace,
Sister Paul Mary

Sr. Paul Mary said...

I am so grateful for your Advent chains each year! Thank you for offering them!
My second graders and their parents enjoy them!!
Looking forward to this year!
Peace,
Sister Paul Mary

Trudy- St Jude CCD said...

I love making this chain with my class but you're missing a week for 2017

Amazing_Grace said...

Trudy-

All weeks are posted. This Advent is different than most. It starts December 3 (1st week violet), 2nd week December 10 (violet), 3rd week December 17 (rose), 4th week December 24 (violet), then Christmas Day which is white. I hope this helps.

Unknown said...

Thank you for the updated chain! I've been using this in my Kindergarten classroom for several years now - I appreciate your effort in updating each year. Have a blessed Advent.

Unknown said...

Amazing Grace,
This is my fifth year teaching fourth grade at a Catholic school. I have had my students make your Advent chain every year and they love it. I would like to suggest that next year you add Dec. 1st and have it read: "Set up or make an Advent wreath with your family." This way it will be already to light the first candle. Merry Christmas.
Valorie

LeeAnn Balbirona said...

Thank you for updating again for 2018!

JFayO said...

Thank you so much for this resource! I do it every year with my students. They and their families really enjoy it! Thank you for helping to make our Advent even more meaningful.
Have a blessed Advent and a joyous Christmas season,
Jessica (2nd Grade teacher at a Catholic school)

Ellie - Rafi said...

Thank you! Great idea for our Children's Liturgy. Planning to use it this Sunday.