Christmas Crafts for Kids

Welcome back to Tuesday Tots this week – So many fantastic fun ideas for the under 5’s linked up last week and this week I’m featuring 6 Christmas Tree Crafts for Toddlers that were linked up.

Momma’s Fun World shared some craft stick tree’s which are great for toddlers to make together with you and then you can remember their toddler years each time you decorate the tree.

I love window art and this Christmas Tree with Lights from Two Big, Two Little looks a lot of fun to make.

To go with the book The Little Crocked Christmas Tree Reading Confetti created some crocked little Christmas trees.

Printing is such a fun activity for Toddlers and Putti’s world creates a unique stamp that look like the branches on a Christmas Tree.

Create a Tree from hearts this holiday season for some fun with Blog Me Mom.

We love buttons and from The Good Long Road makes some button trees.

Out Now! – Countdown to Christmas Ebook

When life gets hectic in the lead up to Christmas wouldn’t it be great to be able to spend a little time with the family creating gifts for others, food to enjoy together and traditions that make magical Christmas Memories?

But what actually happens is you spend hours searching through Pinterest looking for ideas and realise halfway through saying you are going to start that you have only 1 thing on the materials list!

I’ve been there!

So that is why we’ve put together our 24 favourite Christmas Activities, Crafts and Recipes with full materials lists and step-by-step instructions so that you have everything at your fingertips.

Produced as a PDF you can download, print and use these ideas throughout the festive season with your children and families.

Find out more as we share with you our Favourite Ways to Countdown to Christmas.

Author
Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.

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