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If you're always looking for more to do at Christmas time for kids, you've come to the right place.
There's so much to do on this page. When you make Christmas special for kids, you're making memories that will last a child's lifetime
How to Get a Letter From Santa
Needs to be done by December 15th!
Kids really enjoy the personal contact with Santa. Help them write a letter to Santa and experience the smile when they get a letter in return!
Meet our Elf on the Shelf, Clara!
I didn't buy the classic elf. My daughter made our own elf from a Barbie. The kids loved her just the same.
If you haven't done this with your daycare kids, you should. You
will really enjoy the fascination kids have as they follow along with
the antics and mischief of the elf that Santa sent to keep an eye on
them. And my kids literally talk about Clara all year long.
For ideas for you own Elf on the Shelf, Visit Here.
I've had over 100 kids attend my daycare and I haven't met one yet who didn't like making a mess at my kitchen table while they decorated Christmas cookies.
If you're looking for recipes for even the youngest child to help with, visit Easy Kids Christmas Cookies Recipes for many recipes to choose from.
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Music is so important in a child's life and they enjoy it so much.
With this list of Kid's Christmas Songs, you can make sure you're teaching the right words and maybe be reminded of some classics you forgot about.
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You might be thinking about throwing a party for your kids and their friends or maybe for your daycare kids.
But whoever the guests are, you can go to Kids Christmas Party Ideas to plan the perfect party.
I use these Christmas Coloring Pages for a couple of weeks before Christmas during daycare and then at my Christmas party to keep the kids entertained while I'm setting up the next activity.
Christmas projects can take up your craft time throughout the whole month of December. There are so many fun things to make.
Reindeer Food is something that I like to make for the kids to send home with them after our Christmas Party. The recipe is simple.
The kids spread it on their lawn on Christmas Eve to help the reindeer lead Santa's sleigh to their house.
When I buy gifts for kids, I like to make it items that can't be bought locally at a department store. I like making it unique, but also something the kids will really enjoy.
Let me share my Unique Gift Ideas for Kids to help you come up with fun ideas.
Christmas Time for Kids