I's only Twelve days until Christmas. Here are 12 fun things to do with your children. One for each day from now til Christmas Eve. Let the Christmas countdown begin!
Pick and choose the order you'd like to do these activities…have fun and may your Christmas be a blessed one. Click on the crafts below to see how to make them…
Here's a cute and easy way to get your littlest ones involved in making decorations. This one looks great on your front door!
1) Festive Handprint wreath
Do you enjoy snow globes? Here's how to make your own.
2) Snowstorm in a jar
Home made tree ornaments are precious and something to be treasured for years to come. Try making these glittery ornaments with your child today.
3) Glittery tree ornaments
Using hand prints means that in years to come, you'll not only have a cute Christmas decoration, but also a record of your child's tiny hand.
4) Handprint Christmas tree
Reindeer are a fun and cute Christmas creature. Make your own reindeer with these simple instructions.
5) Reindeer Faces
Baugbles are such traditional ornaments for your tree. Why not make these for your tree this year?
6) Christmas tree baubles
A snow man you can enjoy whether it snows outside or not!
7) Make a snowman
Create a lovely tealight holder for the mantel or table setting…
8) Glass tealight holders
Christmas is about yummy treats as much as pretty things, here's a recipe to make edible snowballs
9) Edible snowballs
When all the family is together, what ebtter way to pass the time than to play some games…take a look at this list for inspiration.
10) Christmas Games
YUM, a decoration for your tree that tastes good too! How many will actually make it onto your tree, or will they all end up in tums?
11) Christmas tree biscuits
Think about others less fortunate at this time of year. Read below to find out how you can help.
12) Giving to others
I am a preschool and primary school teacher and mum to 3 children. I have been involved in education since 1997 and have trained in a variety of educational specialist areas. It is with this expertise that I write articles to help parents and educators provide quality learning experiences for the children in their care.