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Celebrate Christmas with Kids

if you want to make your Christmas special then celebrate this Christmas with kids, it is a perfect plan for your Christmas

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Nov 27, 2019

Christmas is such a joyous day of the year. This day is filled with wonder and excitement, and that was especially for kids. However, in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holidays, parents are sometimes challenged to keep the focus on the meaning of the season, the celebration of the birth of Jesus. Children all over the world anticipate the wonderment and joy of the Christmas season with family traditions that are passed on from generation to generation. Here you can see how to celebrate this Christmas with little kids. So, here are some of the effective ways to celebrate this Christmas as a family that will bring the focus back to Jesus. Consider these ways to celebrate Christmas with your family and children. 


Sing a Christmas Song With Kids

On this day play Christmas music and sing along. Music is the best way in any situation some bed, good, or any other. They change your mood definitely. Play the music while driving a car after dinner for a family sing-along. Make up your own Christmas songs by using times to familiar songs. For example to the tune “Mary had a little lamb” sing “, Jesus was a baby boy, baby boy, baby boy. A special baby boy” 


Here are some of the list of the best music for Christmas 

  1. Santa Claus - The sonic
  2. Christmas time - the darkness
  3. Merry Christmas - The Ramones
  4. It doesn’t often snow in this Christmas - pet shop boys
  5. One more sleep - Leona lewis
  6. Frosty the snowmen - Cocteau twins
  7. Wonderful Christmas time - Diana Rose
  8. Merry Xmas Everybody - Slade



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Play With The Nonbreakable Manger Scene.

On this day encourage a child to look at and handle the figures. Name the figures as your child is playing with the scene. Pray on this day and thanking God for baby Jesus, mary and joseph. Choose a manager scene with figures that do not pose a choking hazard for preschoolers. Learn your children to pray to god and make this day awesome. 


Make a Christmas Gift Wrapping Paper

On this day plan on your self and create a gift wrapping paper at your own. Use a plain shelf paper or large grocery sacks to make gift wrap paper. Purchase Christmas stamps and washable stamps pads at your local crafts or a discount store. Buy stamps that depict the Christian symbol of Christmas such as a star, an angel or an advent wreath. Guide your child to press the stamp on the pad and then the paper or sacks. White paper lunch bags can be used to make gift bags. When stamping an angel design, tell your child “an angel told the ” alphereds and then the baby Jesus was born.


Make An Edible Christmas Tree

Collect the following ingredients sugar ice-cream cones, green-frosting, candy-coated chocolate pieces, and marshmallows. Place a cone upside down on the plate. Guide your child to cover the cone with green frosting, using a plastic knife. Decorate the cone with the chocolate pieces, and then top each cone with a marshmallow. When we talk about the beautiful colors on the Christmas tree say “ I am glad we can have fun at Christmas At Christmastime, we think about the special gift God gave us Jesus ” make and edition Christmas tree and gave to your family and friends. When you give this edible tree than your near one very surprising gift for them.


Play The Christmas Story:

On this day open a Bible to Luck 2 and tell the Christmas story. Let your family a proper dress up in robes and play out the story. Here is the short story about Christmas. Christmas is the most pious festival of Christians, but it is celebrated across the world nowadays irrespective of caste and class. It is celebrated as the birthday of the Lord Jesus Christ, who taught everyone to live a virtuous life.  Though it is true that no human being is perfect and people tend to make mistakes almost every moment which causes misunderstanding and disharmony amongst people; but Jesus taught people to follow the path of forgiveness. He assured that whosoever seeks him shall find him. People who follow Christianity follow the path of Jesus Christ and celebrate the Christmas festival with great zeal and enthusiasm.