25 Days of Christmas for Kids – Easy Ways for the Family to Connect

25 Days of Christmas for Kids – Easy Ways for the Family to Connect

25 Days of Christmas for Kids. Here in Michigan it’s starting to get colder. The leaves made their exit and the neighbors have started to put up their outdoor Christmas lights.

I’ve already started my gift shopping and put my Christmas Planner to good use. The next big planning to-do was to map out our 25 days of Christmas activities. Since we will be spending more time at home this holiday season,

I wanted to make sure we put it to good use baking, making and gathering. Here is our list of 25 days of Christmas for Kids. Feel free to scroll down and print this same list or use this blank Christmas Countdown Printable to create your own.

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25 Days of Christmas for Kids

  1. Hang Christmas Lights in the Kids’ Room
  2. Decorate a Gingerbread House 
  3. Put up Christmas Window Clings
  4. Make Christmas Cards for Grandparents
  5. Make DIY Ornaments 
  6. Decorate Sugar Cookies
  7. Read a Christmas Book about Jesus
  8. Shop for a Sibling Gift
  9. Decorate Outside as a Family
  10. Make a Special Family Christmas Cookie
  11. Go for a Late Car Ride to Look at Lights 
  12. Watch The Grinch and Eat Kettle Corn
  13. Buy Fuzzy Socks for the Family
  14. Donate Time to a Cause 
  15. Look at Christmas Photo Albums and Share Memories
  16. Donate Unused Toys
  17. String Popcorn for the Birds
  18. Make Hot Chocolate 
  19. Watch the Santa Clause
  20. Make Paper Snowflakes 
  21. Take a Family Photo
  22. Have a Christmas Dance Party
  23. Sit by the Fire and Read ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
  24. Enjoy being Present with Family
  25. Eat Cinnamon Rolls

25 Days of Christmas Printable [PDF HERE ]

25 Days of Christmas for Kids

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  1. Linda C
    December 3 / 12:56 am


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