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Holiday activities for kids

Holidays are a time to celebrate the joy of life. They're also a time to remember the people and places we love, so why not make them special by spending some quality time with your children? Here are some ideas to help you get started:

Create a new ornament

-Make a new ornament for your kids to hang on their Christmas tree.

-Use your kids' favorite colors and shapes, or make one from an existing object (like the snowman in the picture).

-Decorate with glitter, paint, markers, and stickers if you like!

-You can also create an ornament from recycled materials such as an old shirt you're no longer wearing or even a shredded magazine page!

Bake cookies to give away

You can make your own or buy some premade, but either way, you'll want to prepare them so they're safe for eating. If you plan on giving away the cookies, be sure there are no ingredients that might cause allergic reactions in the recipients (like nuts or milk), and remember that it's best if the recipient can eat everything on their plate at once! You should also consider what kind of container you'll use to store these homemade treats after they've been consumed—a plastic bag would be ideal because it will keep them fresh longer than paper bags would.

Spread some joy

There are so many ways to spread joy and make a difference. Here are some ideas:

-Volunteer at a soup kitchen, homeless shelter, or animal shelter. These organizations are always in need of volunteers who can help with cooking and serving food to those in need.

-Volunteer at your local children's hospital or nursing home. You might be able to spend some time with patients while they're recovering from surgery or visiting with their families during visitation hours!

make a handmade card

Making a handmade card is a great way to practice your artistic talents and have fun with it. You can use your favorite colors, designs, mediums, and materials to create something that you love. Then add some of your favorite photos or quotes or sayings in the background of the card, along with words or phrases you know children like (like “I love you”).

Here's how:

Choose an interesting medium like paint markers; colored pencils; crayons; or colored pencils/crayons on construction paper

Share your good fortune with others

If you are lucky enough to receive a great deal of money, there are many ways to donate it. You can donate the money in small amounts or give it all at once if you have enough means.

1)Donate your good fortune to charity – If you’re feeling generous and want to give back, consider donating some of your unexpected windfall towards worthy causes. Some organizations specialize in helping people who have been through hardships or even disasters like hurricanes or earthquakes (e.g., Red Cross).

2)Donate food – Another way of giving back is by donating food items rather than cash because they can be more easily transported around the country quickly without having too much value attached (but this also depends on how much space/time/money there is available). The American Heart Association provides free meals at soup kitchens across America every day! Check out their website here: https://www.heartlandusa .org/get-involved/donation-programs/.

3)Donate clothes – Although not everyone will need new outfits after receiving a big inheritance from grandma those who do might need some help buying clothes for their family members so feel free

Spend quality time together.

-Make it a priority to spend time with family and friends, especially as the weather gets colder. Children need to get outside and play in the snow or sand, but it's also good for adults to get out of their homes once in a while too! If you have kids who love board games, why not try playing them during this winter break? You could even make up a few new ones at home that will keep everyone entertained for hours on end.

Spend quality time with your children

Spending quality time with your kids is one of the best ways to boost their self-esteem and make them feel special. And it’s not just about spending time together, but also how you spend it!

For example, take a walk in the park or visit an art gallery. These activities can be done as family outings or on weekends when everyone has free time. Another option is to go on an adventure trip where you will see something new and exciting each day while experiencing new cultures that may interest your child more than usual.


All of these activities for kids’ holidays are sure to bring a smile to your face. They can be done at home or out and about, so you won't have to worry about going out on the town with your kids. If you're looking for other ideas on how to spend time with them during these special times of the year, check out our post: “A few fun things we do together during Christmas."


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