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Fun Christmas Ideas for Kids and Families!

Fun Christmas Ideas for Kids and Families


As a homeschool family, you have the freedom to use the month of December for special activities related to the holiday season. I have put together a list of my favorite fun Christmas ideas for kids and entire families! I hope you enjoy them!

Christmas ideas for kids of all ages:



  1. Instructions for 3D Paper Snowflakes
    I think a collection of these snowflakes would make for a wonderful and graphic kid-friendly display.

  2. Homemade Cinnamon Ornaments
    Wouldn’t these make your tree smell so delicious? Only 3 ingredients in this recipe!

  3. How to Cut and Fold Great Snowflakes
    Paper snowflakes are such a fun project for everyone. I love the first glimpse after unfolding the paper!

  4. Cute Cookie Snowmen
    These cute snowmen are so fun, bonus that they are tasty!

  5. Make a Cute Fudge Gift
    Practice giving to others with a sweet and easy homemade gift!

  6. Indoor Snowball Fight
    Be unexpected and host an indoor snowball fight! This is especially fun if you live somewhere very unlikely to get snow for the holidays!

  7. Make-at-home Character Ornaments
    How fun are these for kiddos who have a favorite character?

  8. Kids Books with Matching Activities
    Combining reading Christmas and winter books with a fun activity seems like the perfect holiday school day!

  9. Snowflake Ballerinas
    These DIY snowflake ballerinas would go along perfectly with a study of The Nutcracker!

  10. Make LEGO Ornaments
    Speak the language of little engineers with these instructions for making LEGO ornaments

  11. Candy Cane Hunt
    This sweet scavenger hunt looks like such a fun thing to do with little guys!

  12. Snowball Slam – A Game
    This easy-to-make game uses materials that most people have around their home.

  13. Fizzling Candy Canes
    Use candy canes as part of a fun science experiment!

  14. Pom Pom Christmas Tree Painting
    This is a fun craft idea for littles to paint their very own Christmas trees!

  15. Handprint Reindeer
    What a sweet way to cherish little hand-prints that won’t be little for long!


I hope you get the chance to try some of these projects and enjoy the special holiday season with your little guys and your high schoolers!

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