In preparation for the holiday season, we wanted to share some great Christmas activities for kids to get your children inspired for the Christmas season. Your children are going to have an amazing time with these fun arts and crafts activities!
- In this arts and crafts activity you will need some pom pom’s, popsicle sticks, cardboard, glue and string
- Cut your cardboard into a triangle, resembling a Christmas tree and glue the pom pom’s to the cardboard tree
- Glue your popsicle stick to the back of the cardboard tree
- Cut your 8 inches of string and tie it together, glue the string to the top of the popsicle stick
- Hang your ornament on the Christmas tree and you’ll impress your family with your new creation
- For this fun activity you’re going to need some fabric, buttons, beads, pipe cleaners and tree sticks, and white play dough.
- The first step to this easy activity is to grab your play dough and roll into three balls sizes ranging from small to large. Follow this recipe if you would like to make your own play dough from scratch
- Cut some rectangle pieces of fabric and wrap it around the snowman
- Cut a small piece of pipe cleaner and attach it to the snowman’s face, this will be its nose
- Attach two sticks to each side of the snowman
- Add two beads to its face and attach buttons along the snowman’s body
- For this artsy activity you will need, bubble wrap, green paint, a paint brush, construction paper, glue and sequins/gems (optional)
- Paint a triangle onto your sheet of bubble wrap
- Carefully stamp the bubble wrap onto your construction paper
- Add sequins or gems for a decorative look
Do you have any other craft ideas? Let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you have fun making these sensory-friendly Christmas activities for kids. We would love to share more information about Bierman with you. Reach out to us at 800-931-8113 or email email@example.com.
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