With winter break upon us and Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to embrace the festive spirit of the season. What better way to pass some chilly winter days than getting the whole family immersed in festive decorating? Christmas crafts are a great way to entertain your little ones while letting them release their creativity. Not only does it save you the hassle of spending too much on Christmas decorations, it's also a lovely way to proudly display your children's artwork around the home. We’ve gathered over 5 of our favorite quick and easy crafts than are great for...
Create a festive scene for all the family to enjoy with this step-by-step guide to make your own nativity scene.
Looking for fun ways to celebrate the Festival of Lights with your kids? Gather up your supplies and get ready to create epic decorations for your home! Celebrate with family and children with these wonderful Hanukkah crafts & ideas for all ages. Paper Dreidel Materials: Template by Mr. Mintz (download) Scissors Glue Toothpick Directions: Download template by Mr. Mintz. Cut out dreidel all along the outside edge. Poke a toothpick (or pencil) through the dotted circle to make a hole. Then remove it for now. Fold along all the dotted lines. Glue or tape the flaps. Push the toothpick back...
If your kids are the kind that keep asking, “How many more days until…” you know that Christmas Advent calendars are a lifesaver for getting through the days leading up to the big holiday. Pick up one of these printable Christmas advent calendars to count down to Santa's arrival! Download it today and update daily. Use stickers, pom poms, cotton balls to decorate or simply colored in with crayons or markers. Three ways to countdown till Christmas Supplies: Printer White Cardstock Crayons Scotch Tape or Stapler 24 Cotton Balls (we used 12 and cut them in half) Double sided tape...
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