This summer Tara from The Young Mommy Life and I gave you a list of 50 awesome activities for you all to do with your kids over Summer Break. Summer is over and school is back in session. However, the holidays are upon us and Christmas/Winter Break is literally right around the corner.
If your kids are like Moo and JJ, two and a half weeks of nothing do will surely cause cabin fever and headaches for days for us parents. So, I thought I'd create this 15 Fun Winter And Christmas Activities For Kids list to help provide some activities and crafts that will keep the kiddies entertained and you sane. Enjoy and be sure share pictures if you do decide to try out one of the activities from the list by hashtagging them #YUMMommyChristmasFun!
15 Fun Winter And Christmas Activities For Kids1- "Do you want to a build a snowman?" Make a Snowman Ornament (Typically Simple).
2- Paint a Handprint Christmas Tree Wall Art (Mom's Messy Miracles).
3- Make some Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments (My Mommy World).
4- Play the Snowflake Bingo Game (Enchanted Homeschooling Mom).
5- Build A Christmas House Out Of Twinkies (Homemaking Hacks).
6- Make Spiced Gingerbread Playdough (A Sip of Southern Sunshine).
7- Create DIY Macaroni Ornaments (The Quinntessential Mommy).
8- Try this DIY "Mistletoes" Baby Footprint Christmas Craft (Director Jewels).
9- Got bubble wrap? Make a Bubble Wrap Snowman (Crafts on Sea).
10- Kids having a Holiday party at school? Santa's Candy Sleigh will make the perfect treat (Intelligent Domestications).
11- Make a batch of Pine Christmas Play Dough (Krystal's Kitsch).
12- In search of a cute DIY gift? Whip these Reindeer Hot Cocoa Cones (Savvy Saving Couple).
13- Pull out the crayons, markers and/or color pencils and decorate these Printable Snowflake Coloring Pages (What Mommy Does).
14- Try out this Popsicle Stick Reindeer Craft (Coupons Are Great).
15- Let your kids make and fill No Sew Reusable Holiday Crackers for the kids' table (Green Moms Collective).
Which of these activities would you like to try with your kids?