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The Christmas Star From Afar™

A Game That Celebrates the True Meaning of Christmas

 

 

 

 
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How the Game is Played and Why it Was Created


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Follow the Star this Christmas


“The Christmas Star From Afar” encourages children to go on a hunt for their Star, similar to that of the Wise Men. Everyday the Star is hidden and the children participate in a fun hide-and-seek game to locate it. Once they have found their Star they move all Three Wise Men to its location. On Christmas morning the Three Wise Men reach their final destination when the Star is found at the stable with the newborn baby Jesus. The activity book includes a wooden Star, a full wooden nativity scene that matches the artwork of the book, and optional scripture to use throughout the month.

It's very simple and so much fun!

  • Set up your nativity
  • Hide the Star every night
  • Once your children find the Star move all Three Wise Men to its location
  • Read the optional scripture
  • Repeat
  • On Christmas Eve place your Star on the top of your nativity stable
  • On Christmas morning your Three Wise Men reach the nativity scene and find their king, baby Jesus!
  • You can easily combine the “Star From Afar” with other traditions your family participates in. Consider placing a little surprise or sweet with your Star everyday to make this fun game more like an Advent Calendar.

Matthew 2:10

When they saw the star, they were overjoyed

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Star From Afar
34.99

The activity set includes 10 wooden nativity characters, a 4 piece wooden stable, a wooden Star, and a hard bound copy of “The Christmas Star From Afar” book.

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Reviews


“Parents will love this perfect activity book and game for Christmas. They can share the story of Jesus’ birth with their children in such a fun interactive way. If their kids love “Elf on the Shelf” and Advent Calendars, they will love “Star From Afar” that much more.”
— Lynn - Alamo, CA

“I love the simplicity and darlingness of this Christmas activity and how the children get to place the Three Wise Men close to the Star they find each day. I can’t wait to start the “Star From Afar” tradition with my little helpers this Christmas. It’s a magical reminder of who Jesus is and the reason for the season.”
— Michelle – Alamo, CA
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“Natalie’s book is for any family who wants to create a playful, meaningful and memorable Christmas tradition, without any fuss. A Star from Afar combines adorable illustrations and beautifully written prose. Children and their parents will look forward to a “Star from Afar” every year!”
— Heather – Diablo, CA

“Meaningful.
Interactive.
Simple. “

“I am thankful to have a holiday tradition that helps our family celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. The Star From Afar brings the story of Christmas to life for children, while creating opportunities for families to experience it together. Finally a product to STOP the “busyness” of the holiday season and help families focus on what matters most, the birth of Christ!”
— Kelly – Buckeye, AZ

Created with Love


Dear Readers,

Christmas is by far my family's favorite time of year. My children love everything about this wonderful holiday, yet it is so easy to lose focus on what Christmas is all about—the birth of Jesus. I wondered how I could bring a little more of Jesus to our Christmastime fun. Through my desire to embrace my children’s excitement and my quest to find a fun daily reminder of Jesus during Christmastime, I began to dream and brainstorm about creating a new tradition for our family. God blessed me with the idea of the Christmas “Star From Afar.”

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This Christmas activity has given me a chance to show my children that Christmas is not about the presents they receive, or Santa, or snowmen. Christmas is about the greatest gift of all—the birth of our Lord Jesus. The Star symbolizes not only the guide and hope of the Three Wise Men, but it also represents the Light of the World. I love watching my children look high and low for their Star every morning, hearing their squeals of excitement when the first child has spotted it, and knowing they are being reminded daily of Christ’s birth. I pray that your family will enjoy the “Star From Afar” as much as mine has and that it may bring a little more Light into your Christmas.

Many Blessings,

Natalie Ard

Natalie Ard

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John 3:16

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.