Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time to bring out the colourful decorations to celebrate this festive holiday season. And we have an interesting assortment of 6 wonderful Christmas craft activities for your child.
These activities will teach your child to wrap their gifts, pack them in bags, create and decorate their Christmas tree and spread some Christmas cheer. Let’s get started!
6 Easy Christmas Craft Activities For Kids
Thumbprint Christmas Card
Christmas is almost here and you can see it all around. Christmas trees in malls, stars on every balcony and illumination lights in the streets. But what about a Christmas card for your child?
Well, rather than going for fancy retail ones, why don’t you make this Christmas special by making a thumbprint Christmas card with your child. It’s easy. We will show you how. Grab all the stuff and let’s get started.
It’s that time of the year when Santa Claus takes a long and tiring trip with a sack full of goodies for kids (and adults?!) across the world!
So while he’s busy dashing through the snow in his one horse open sleigh, how about reusing a paper plate and turning it into a mini Santa Claus Christmas craft? Well, grab your craft kit and let’s get working!
Ho ho ho! Christmas is just around the corner. And it’s the season to create exciting Christmas crafts, don’t you think? Well, if you can’t have your own Christmas tree put up, how about making one with leftover ice cream sticks?
Once done, you can put up this Christmas Tree craft on your door, on the walls, in the living room, by the window, or just about anywhere! Are you ready?
Reindeer Paper Bag
Watch out there could be an animal or bird hiding in your paper bag! There was surely a reindeer hiding in ours.
Well, check out our reindeer paper bag activity that your child and you can try. So go ahead, recycle and reuse paper bags to create a reindeer. Christmas is just round the corner anyway!
Decorate your Christmas tree or wall by making decors from scratch by recycling and reusing ice cream sticks. We have used pasta and paints to add a zing to these decors.
So, set aside some time and settle down with your preschooler to create a motley of Christmas-related characters. Here’s our xmas ornament activity that shows you how.
Handmade Gift Wrapper
Has your child tried painting with vegetables and create interesting patterns? Whether a ‘yes’ or a ‘no,’ here’s a fun messy art idea that will engage your little one’s interest.
Check out this handmade gift wrapper activity. Wouldn’t it be nice to wrap gifts in a gift wrapper handmade by your child?
Hope your child has a fun time with all these activities during the holidays as they enjoy the festivities and celebrations. We wholeheartedly wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Did your child enjoy these Christmas Craft Activities For Kids? Do you have any other suggestions? Let us know your opinions in the comments below.
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