Having an active and energetic kids sometimes is overwhelming, but it is just because they are still kids. There should be a lot of things they try. As a good parents, the best thing to do is providing some activities. After that, you might see them busy with something while also learn new things. Especially when in a special day, like Christmas. So, here are some Christmas activities for your kids to keep them learning new things.
Firstly, one thing that you need to remember is kids love color. For this reason, you will need to include many colors when thinking about Christmas activities for kids. Use bold color such as red, green, and brown for building the Christmas atmosphere.
Secondly, you don’t always need expensive equipment for the Christmas activities. In fact, the kids can use their own body parts to make something like a handprint or footprint. Surprisingly, you might also help them transform a used paper plate to become Christmas ornament.
Christmas Tree by the Kids Hands
By all means, you need to be creative so that your children can have memorable Christmas activities. Luckily, there are many ways to find inspiration on the internet nowadays.
For example, you can ask them to make their own painting of Christmas Tree. This kind of Christmas activity will help his/her motor nerve. First thing to remember, the kids might not understand how to do this at first. So you as a parent should give them example first. After she/he is finally able to make their own, appreciate them. Hang the painting in the room where everyone can see it.
Recycling the Paper Plate
Everytime Christmas is coming, of course you should prepare paper plate. It is rather practice and simple, you don’t need to clean them up after it is being used.
This is actually can be a good idea for Christmas Activities for kids. Moreover, there are many choice you can try when recycling paper plate.
For instance, if you have a white paper plate, then dig the kid’s imagination. Tell them to make some snowmen from the paper plate. But firstly provide them with the property, such as some paper, glue and cotton.
Another material that can also be useful is a cupcake wrapper. Ask your kids to fold them to make some ornament for the Christmas Tree.