50 EPIC Christmas Crafts, Activities & Snacks

Friday, November 24, 2017

50 EPIC Christmas Crafts, Activities & Snacks

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Can you believe that Christmas is around the corner? Be prepared this year and start the festive activities early with all of these great ideas- from tree ornaments, Christmas crafts, cards, learning activities to snacks!
LOTS of fun, easy, and creative Christmas Crafts for Kids to Make along with fun Christmas activities, and more for toddlers, for preschoolers, preschool, kindergarten and for children


All of these ideas are quite easy and perfect to do with your children in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Let's start with pretty ornaments.


Christmas Ornaments

Add a personal touch to your Christmas tree with lovely handmade ornaments and decorations. These ornaments make great gifts too!
Christmas Ornaments



Christmas Crafts

Grab the paints and paper and craft your way to Christmas. Have fun as a family too!

Christmas crafts for kids


Christmas Cards

Make cards to send to loved ones, so much more special than store bought ones.

Christmas Cards kids can make

Christmas Activities

These learning activities all have a festive twist which makes the learning so much more fun!
Christmas Activities for Kids

Christmas Snacks

Lastly, these snacks will definitely be a hit during all the hours of crafting and also on Christmas day. Get baking!
Christmas Snacks for Kids

So many fun ideas for you to try out and stretch the celebrations out with the kids! Which one(s) will you do first?




Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at Teach Me Mommy about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher. Follow along on FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter.


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