Even though I despise winter weather, I adore Christmas time. I can’t get enough of the twinkling lights, Christmas decorations, the smell of pine trees and cinnamon filling the air, and the endless amount of fun you can have with children. Here are a few activities you can squeeze in before the big day.
Christmas Cloud Dough
My son had a blast with the Christmas Cloud Dough. He was pretending to be a “cookie baker”. This recipe feels similar to cookie dough and allows kids to be in control of the Christmas baking. I added more oil than the recipe calls for, so don’t be afraid to play around. The best part is it is made out of ingredients from your pantry. If your kiddo decides to take a bite, it will not be harmful. So get out your cookie cutters and sprinkles and let your kiddos dig in!
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These Winter Songs are super adorable and super simple! They take classic kids songs, like The Hokey Pokey, and turn them into fun winter renditions, like The Snowkey Pokey. Most of them have movement incorporated too!
FREE Christmas Printables
This Christmas Preschool Pack is perfect for your little ones to practice skills over their winter break. There are 40 pages of free fun to practice counting, writing, cutting, sequencing, and reading.
These colorful Do-a-Dot printables are perfect to take to a restaurant or to give you some time to wrap a few presents. If you don’t have Do-a-Dot markers, you can use little pom poms or circular color coding labels.
Easy Christmas Shortbread Cookie Recipe
This Easy Christmas Shortbread Cookie Recipe is a must! It only takes 3 ingredients!!! It was the perfect Christmas cookie to make with my children. If you choose to add sprinkles, you can mix it into the batter or sprinkle the cookie before putting it into the oven. Enjoy!
Have a Merry Christmas and Rescue Your Dreams!