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Friday, December 18, 2015

Funtivity Friday- Fun Things to Do For Christmas With Your Kids

Here are some fun things to do with your kids for Christmas.

1) Sing Christmas songs - Here is a web-site with Christmas songs for kids. Some you may have heard of some you may not have: http://www.allmusic.com/album/60-christmas-carols-for-kids-mw0000039859

2) Read Christmas stories - Of course, there are the old familiar stories but here are some newer Christmas stories for kids.

For babies and toddlers:
Merry Christmas Daniel Tiger: A Lift the Flap Book by Angela C. Santomero and Jason Fruchter
The Very Hungry Caterpillar's Christmas 123 by Eric Carle

For Kids 6-10
My Weird School Christmas 3 Book Set by Dan Gutman, Jim Palliot:
Miss Holly is Too Jolly
Mr. Carbles is Losing His Marbles
Deck the Halls, We're Off the Walls

For older kids:
Letters to Santa  Claus by The Elves

3) Play Christmas games -

Here are some on-line Christmas games:

Here are some Christmas games to play off-line:

Here are some outdoor Christmas games for kids:

4) Bake Christmas cookies - Here are a few places to find Christmas cookie recipes:


http://www.marthastewart.com/275013/traditional-christmas-cookie recipes/@center/276951/christmas-cookies


5) Make Christmas crafts -

Here are some Christmas Crafts for Toddler:

Here are some Christmas Crafts for older kids;


Tune in tomorrow for a special New Year's scoop.

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