For the weekly Christmas Fun post this week I thought I would round up a portion of the crafts, activities and printables that I have here on the blog.
It's been so much looking back over the years, seeing how tee kids have grown.
A few years back we dug out the dried pasta, gold spray paint and a few old decorations to put together this little Pasta Christmas Wreath Craft.
This was super fun and we still have them in our box of decorations that gets pulled out every year. To see how we put the Pasta Christmas Wreaths together visit this link.
We all love having photo's of our kids around at Christmas and with these we wanted them specifically for the tree. So little Christmas Tree Photo Frames were the order of the day.
Simple to put together and each year we revisit the memories these photo's invoke. To see how we put together the Hanging Christmas Tree Photo Frames visit this link.
You can download them here.
One year when the kids were attending a large gathering of home educated children they put together this delightful Calico Christmas Angel Craft. To see how they made her visit this link.
How about a fun edible craft, making mini Christmas Houses. We chose these over a larger group project that particular year.
This was just as fun and the best part, every one could do their own thing with their decorations. To see how we put together our Mini Christmas Gingerbread House visit this link.
Oh when I saw this post for these Candy Cane Reindeer it truly brought a smile to my face. Aren't they cutest most adorable little things you've seen.
To see how these are put together visit this link.
If you have little ones learning to count to 20 then this Christmas themed number sequence printable might just come in handy.
Download from here.
And whilst we're on the topic of reindeer a few little Christmas Peg Reindeer would rather cute on the tree don't you think?
To check out how to make these babies visit this post.
Have you ever put together a Pom Pom Christmas Tree Garland? Seriously this has got to be the most simple of all the crafts and if you choose the lovely sparkly pom poms they catch the light and look super pretty on the tree.
To see how we made out visit this post.
If your kids enjoy writing Letters To Santa you can find a few simple variations on this printable over here.
Do you have a pile of old magazines laying around the home? How about a spot of paper folding which will end in this rather cool looking Christmas Tree.
See how to make it here.
Print off these Christmas carols here
There's surprisingly quite a lot you can do with the humble pine cone. Check out some of the creations we've done in the past at this link.
Colouring and stamping all in one activity. Grab these to print off here.
Younger children love a bit of detective work and these Christmas matchup cards are perfect for that. First they explore the close up image and wonder what it might be, then they proceed to match it to the image which shows the full photograph.
Download these here.
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