Christmas is such a magical time for kids, typically decorate Christmas trees, display lights outside their home, set up nativity scenes, and exchange gifts. On this page I am sharing some of what christmas activities to do with your kids and to help me AND you, I’ve put together a fun list of toddler Christmas activities!
DIY Cardboard Toy Gingerbread House
Do your kids wish they could build and decorate gingerbread houses all day long over and over? Here’s a little DIY toy project to try!
Felt Christmas Tree
Let your child be creative with decorating a felt tree. To see how we made it, find it here.
Read a Christmas Book
Take a trip to your local library to pick out a handful of Christmas books to read aloud to your child. Consider your local librarian.
Make a Paper Chain Garland
Making paper chains is too complicated for toddlers to manage alone, but it’s definitely something that can be done with supervision. Also, remember that including your toddler in the steps of your own or an older child’s project can yield good results and a feeling of success and cooperation for all.
Go ice skating
Take advantage of the cold temperatures and go ice skating! Not only will you have fun, but the kids will be exhausted at the end of the day and you’ll be able to put them to bed easily.
Rather than shoveling the previous night’s snow, bundle up the kids to go sledding. Unlike ice skating, they won’t have to worry about falling on the ice. Consider this towable snow tube which bring lots of fun.