Christmas is a great time to get in more scissor cutting practice!
These pages on my site will give you a free printable cutting template as well as photographed instructions to help you do these paper crafts with your child. They are simple enough for preschoolers to do with some help.
For those in the cold northern hemisphere at Christmas time, you often need to find ways to burn off your kids' energy indoors! Try some winter-themed brain breaks to get the blood moving - these are great for confined spaces indoors!
Getting kids involved in the kitchen is always a great idea - they can make edible gifts for others, or simply stock up the family cookie jar.
if you are looking for a gift that will help to develop some of your
child's skills as well as being fun, take a look at this selection of some of the best learning gifts for kids! These gifts will keep them busy through the holiday and season and beyond, and best of all, they will be developing important skills as they play!
I hope you found this page of Christmas Activities helpful - it is so easy to help your child develop important skills while still having lots of fun!
All activities should take place under close adult supervision. Some activities use small items which may cause choking. The activities suggested on this website are NOT a substitute for Occupational Therapy intervention. Please read my disclaimer before you use any of the activities.
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