There are hundreds of creative Christmas activities for kids out there on the web, but how many of them are actually designed to help your child as well as having fun?
This page rounds up all the pages on my site that are focused on fun Christmas activities that can also help build your child's skills.
Kids are often motivated to do crafts that end in a nice decoration or gift, so combine that motivation with some focused activities and build their fine motor skills at the same time.
The pages below contain lots of ideas to strengthen finger and hand muscles while having lots of Christmas-themed fun!
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.
If you need to keep your child busy with a pencil-and-paper task, look for worksheets that build visual perceptual and visual motor skills.
Here are a few suggestions:
Truth in the Tinsel is a combination of simple preschool Christmas activities that focus on the nativity, and devotional guidelines for parents to help their little ones focus on the real meaning of Christmas.
It has been a favorite advent resource for us and I have been recommending it to my friends for years!
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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!
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