Holiday winter activities are generally the least of your worries. Especially when kids are on winter break, the festivities of the holidays can wear off quickly. For most kids, there is a two-week winter break. So, what can you do to keep them busy and not burn out?
One of the best ways is paper hands-on-activities. You can easily string paper decorations together or popcorn. Then, place it around the tree.
Other methods can be to make paper snowflakes to decorate the wall with family pictures. Another idea is to take a selfie for twelve days and place them along with paper decorations.
Besides decorating Christmas trees, you can make ornaments for any festivity. Do you celebrate Hanukkah or Kwanzaa?
Gather a few household construction paper, festive glitter glue, markers or color pencils, and create your holiday ornament. Even better, dedicate the decoration to someone in your family.
This activity can be an excellent get-together for blended families. In this way, you get to share each other’s cultures and traditions. Since you have paper cut-outs and scraps of ribbon already available, make greeting cards.
Something handmade like a holiday card would make anyone smile.Continue reading Holiday Winter Kids Activities