|Our very own advent calendar; my kids are so excited. Everything is attached by magnets.|
Read a Christmas story.
Memorize a Christmas verse.
Name 3 things you are grateful for.
Sing a favorite Christmas song.
Call your grandparents and tell them you love them.
Make a surprise for Daddy.
Have hot cocoa as a family.
Make a Christmas card and send it to your grandparents
Watch a Christmas movie.
Color a picture of the nativity. (Look on-line for free color sheets to print out.)
Go on a drive to see Christmas lights.
Make a special Christmas treat. (I have a super easy recipe for peanut clusters on my blog!)
Deliver treats to neighbors.
Act out the nativity story and read Luke 2:1-20.
Make a gift for Grandma and Grandpa & wrap it.
Shop for a gift for a cousin, friend, or family member & wrap it.
Give a gift to a child in need.
Look at the stars if the sky is clear.
Play a game as a family: hide & seek…
Finger painting (which could potentially be a gift if framed.)
Build a snowman or make a snack for the birds to eat.
Go on a nature hike
Wrap a gift for Daddy
Memorize a Christmas song to sing for our family on Christmas day.
Help clean the house for company (my kids actually think it's fun to help clean!)
Open one gift on Christmas Eve
Remember that the greatest gift ever given was Jesus. God loves you very much! (John 3:16)