A Quick List of Fun & Family Activities to Celebrate Christmas with Great Enthusiasm

A Quick List of Fun & Family Activities to Celebrate Christmas with Great Enthusiasm
  • Buy a Christmas tree and decorate it with your children.
  • Print and color a drawing of Santa Claus.
  • Make cookies with Christmas designs.
  • Make decorations for the Christmas tree.
  • Make a snow man with rolls of toilet paper.
  • Read the book The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg.
  • It is fun time to play with snow and build snowman Santa Claus.
  • Sing Christmas songs.
  • Make a Gingerbread Man.
  • Make chocolate spoons.
  • Prepare cookies and a glass of milk for Santa and a carrot dish for reindeer.
  • Make Christmas cards to decorate and identify gifts.
  • Show a family Christmas photo.
  • Make gifts wrapped in white paper and let the children decorate them.
  • Color a picture of Rudolph, the Reindeer.
  • Make handmade gifts.
  • Play guess the gift.
  • Donate toys.
  • Print and color Christmas cards.
  • Read and make a poster of a Christmas phrases.
  • Tell your children the story of Christmas: the birth of Jesus, the star of Bethlehem and the Magi.
  • Create family New Year resolutions.
  • Make paper chains to decorate the Christmas tree.
  • Make Christmas maracas.
  • Talk with your family about the true meaning of Christmas.
  • Visit an ice rink and skate with your family.
  • View old home movies with your children and remember last Christmas.
  • Drive at night and enjoy the Christmas lights with your children that may be in your pajamas sipping hot chocolate.
  • Go see the ballet The Nutcracker Tchaikovsky.
  • Play Yankee Swap.
  • Go to a Christmas Mass with your family.
  • Make a gift for Santa.
  • See the movie Charlie Brown Christmas: A Christmas classic.
  • Take cream or hot chocolate with marshmallows.
  • Make Christmas treasure search, a game.
  • Call the library of your city and ask if they have Christmas activities.
  • Make a bird feeder, a gift for nature.
  • Make an album of Christmas cards you receive this year.
  • Read ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss.
  • Call any family members that have not spoken in a while to wish Merry Christmas.
  • Make an advent calendar.
  • Make artificial snow.
  • Make a Reindeer with clothespins

Don’t forget that more than gifts your children need family time, learn the true meaning of Christmas, so enjoy this time of reflection and celebration with your loved ones.

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