Every year I enjoy making Christmas extra special for my kids. Often my husband has to work on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, so I find that making the extra effort for a fun season of crafts, games and baking helps ease the disappointment of daddy not being home.
Day 1: Decorate the tree.
Day 2: Make a nativity scene
Day 3: Make Christmas cards for both sets of grandparents
Day 4: Collect twigs and make a manger to put a doll “Baby Jesus” in. (Borrowed from Adriel, at Mommyhood Memos)
Day 5: Color a Christmas color sheet
Day 7: Make an ornament for the tree
Day 8: Make snowflakes.
Day 9:Make Paper Stockings
Day 10: Using a cookie cutter, make Christmas shaped sandwiches
Day 11: Make Reindeer Cookies
Day 12: Make star garland (cut star shapes out of yellow paper and string them on shiny thread to hang on the tree)
Day 13 – 14: Hand print Christmas tree (Day 14: paint hand green for the tree, Day 15: glue colored circles all over it and a star on top)
Day 15: Make a Christmas candle jar
Day 16: Make Jesus a birthday cake
Day 17: Have a birthday party for Jesus
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