Can you believe we are only a matter of weeks away from Christmas!!! This means I can finally begin thinking about preparing for one of my favourite things to do… Christmas activities!
Below are 7 of my favourite Christmas crafts and recipes that my students just love to make, and the best thing of all… these activities are suitable for almost all ages!
This Reindeer Craft looks just adorable and is perfect to display your students’ Christmas writing. The package includes all the templates you will need, along with four writing prompt sheets to help spark your students’ creativity. With a blank writing template included as well, you are all set to embark on a wonderful Christmas writing journey!
If your students loved the reindeer craft, then they are going to adore this Snowman Craft. The package includes all the templates you will need, along with four writing prompt sheets to help spark your students’ creativity.
Every year my students love this writing activity, as they delve into their own little worlds, recreating scenes from Frozen and creating stories about Olaf. With a blank writing template included as well, your students are sure to whip up some fantastic Christmas writing to display with their snowman!
Christmas Door Hanger
This craft is a favourite for children to make and take home to hang on their door. This Santa Please Stop Here Door Hanger is perfect for adding a little more excitement in your little ones’ lives at Christmas time. My five year old has excitedly dusted his off and hung it on his bedroom door for the last two years!
Christmas Photo Frames
These are the perfect Christmas gifts for your students to make for their parents at Christmas time! They are super easy to make and you can even use everyday materials to make them. Use Christmas gift wrap or scrapbooking paper to make unique designs – your students (and you) will want to make more and more!
Find all the instructions to make these cute Christmas Frames HERE.
Your students will be WOWed by these Christmas stencils! They make a fantastic Christmas window display for your classroom. You can make this as simple or as complex as you would like, depending on your students.
Find all the instructions to make these Christmas Stencils HERE.
Now, who doesn’t like cooking at Christmas time?! Your students will love making these chocolate snowballs and they make a perfect homemade gift for Christmas time. This simple, no-bake recipe will be a hit!
Find the Christmas Snowballs recipe HERE.
So, I have left the best until last! This easy, microwavable fudge recipe is to die for! It is super duper rich, but makes the ideal Christmas gift for family and friends. This stuff is sooo good, you will want to make more just for yourself!
Find the Christmas Fudge recipe HERE.
I really hope you and your students have a fantastic time leading up to Christmas and can find many Christmas activities you enjoy!
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Christmas Math Worksheet Package (Grade 1)
Light Box Slides Light Box Inserts (Light box slides for all year long)