There are so many great Christmas pins out there, from sweet treats and savory appetizers to ideas of crafting genius for a fun girls' night and toddler activities.
With so many choices, I wanted to keep our activities simple and the time we spent crafting educational and spiritual.
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All three of these learning activities were huge hits. You can't go wrong with a bag of marshmallows after all!
The Sheriff loves glueing and is mastering some handprint art, so we couldn't leave the season alone without some fun crafts along the way. On Momma's latest night out, the boys enjoyed watching Rudolph at home together, and W was beyond excited to make his version for Daddy.
We managed to create this classic craft as well, and it hung on the tree with the Christmas tree crafts mentioned above.
Another Santa favorite was counting (and eating!) while filling out Santa's beard with marshmallows.
We'll start letter J and make some candy cane J is for Jesus cards to perhaps mail as thank-you notes for the gifts from our family.