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Simple Ways to Count Down the Days

Here are some simple ways to count down until Christmas!  These ideas are great for little kids, big kids AND adult kids!



Our 25 Days of Christmas Countdown
This mom uses things she already owns, and combines them into a daily family tradition. "Each day we will read a Christmas book, watch a Christmas movie, make a fun craft or do a fun Christmas activity, and eat a yummy treat."
Read EnjoyingLifeWith4Kids


Advent Activities
This mom thinks about what they would be doing to prepare for the holidays, and presents them as special holiday activities in an advent calendar.  "Instead of gifts and goodies, I printed little cards for the advent pockets. Each one lists something we can do together each day."
Read Kim McCrary's Blog


Random Acts of Christmas Kindness
This mom focuses on serving others with Random Acts of Christmas Kindness  (RACK). "I made the Christmas season about loving others and in the process, sharing God's love for others, by performing one RACK each day of Advent." She shares some great ideas here.
Read TSJ Photography Blog


Christmas Ideas on Pinterest 
For more great Christmas ideas, check out my Pinterest Board.
Pinterest.com/HomeScholar Holidays Christmas and Winter
Recipes, ornaments, crafts, gifts, stocking stuffers & more!
Read Pinterest.com/HomeScholar/Holidays



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