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Memory Making Christmas Activities for Kids

Looking for Christmas activities for kids? then you come to the right place here you can see some traditional holiday activities that children of all ages will love for years to come.

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Aug 20, 2020


Looking for Christmas activities for kids? then you come to the right place here you can see some traditional holiday activities that children of all ages will love for years to come. 


1. Holiday light tour

There are bound to be a clack Griswold to be in your neck of the woods! Pile the kids in the car and put it some Christmas tunes, and you can drive around to homes or neighborhoods known for their over-the0top Christmas light display. get festive with gloves for a perfect tour around the neighborhood. 


2. Wreath making

Everyone loves to make a festive wreath! Take the kids outside for a quick winter walk to gather beautiful and evergreen branches and pine cones, trim some from the bottom of your Christmas tree, or just you can buy it from the store and attach it in form or wire ring. Decorate your Christmas tree with ornaments and bows. 


3. Christmas movies

You can be spending an afternoon or evening watching Christmas movies is a must! At Christmas let each family member choose a favorite holiday flick to watch with the family. All the children are really like to watch a movie so make sure to show their special Christmas to make their Christmas special. 


4. Popcorn Garland

Have some leftover popcorn from your movie night? If yes then make some homemade garland for your family’s Christmas tree, doorways, or anywhere else. In this case, all you need is a needle and some thread or fishing line. You can try using can barriers too. Younger kids can count can barriers or popcorn to make a cool pattern, and parents can do threading. You can more enjoy that you can buy it in bulk and save others for movie night. 


5. Christmas cookies

Peanut butter! Spritz cookies! Gingerbread men! There are just too many tasty holiday cookies to choose from. When anyone can make cookies then younger kids can add their pre-measured ingredient, stir the bowl, and decorate cookies. 


6. Cookie swap

So question is that what do you do with those cookies? Host a cookie swap! Have everyone bring over a few dozen of their favorite cookies, sample, and swap! At this time encourage people to bring the recipes to swap.


7. Gingerbread house party

Not a house party with gingerbread, this is a gingerbread house making party. On this tradition get together with your friends and family, some gingerbread walls and roofs, and all the candy and frosting you can get your hands on. Set everyone up with their own house, or work in teams to see who can make the most colorful gingerbread house.


8. Homemade Christmas ornaments

Decorating a Christmas tree is probably already on your doing list. Make this holiday tradition even more special by adding a new kid-made Christmas ornament each year. Mark the year on your ornaments so that you can keep track of when each cutie was created!


9. Hott chocolate buffet

There's nothing like a steaming mug of hot chocolate on a cold December night. Up your game for the holiday season with a buffet of toppings for your cocoa. Some ideas include whipped cream, marshmallows, crushed candy canes, shaved chocolate, chocolate chips, and cinnamon dots. Get creative! The kids will love customizing their hot cocoa — a fun and easy activity for Christmas Eve.


10. Christmas festivals

And speaking of coming together as a community, why not check out the local festivals? From tree lighting ceremonies in the town square to ugly sweater parties to church concerts, there's bound to be something happening in your area. Christmas is the festival that every kid, younger and elder people can make a day more beautiful.