Now that I’ve got a little one of my own, I’ve been scouring the internet to find some fun, super-simple Christmas crafts for kids. I definitely want to do something crafty with my little peanut to get her sensory skills developing.
I found some great Christmas crafts for kids that really emphasize the sense of touch, and I hope you’ll enjoy them with your own kiddos!
My mom used to make these at Christmas time to give out to our friends and family as a little thank you gift for having us over at the holidays. Hers were always pretty elaborate because she’s crazy talented, but I’ll tone mine down so my daughter and I can have fun with it together. I’m planning to make a hand print for her first Christmas, and I’ll use a Sharpie to write her name and the date on the back!
What’s more festive than making a snowman at Christmas?! With this great sensory developing craft, you don’t even have to go outside to build your snowman. This is a super-easy craft that will entertain your kids for hours.
I’ve seen lots of those big felt trees that you put on the wall for the kids to decorate, but if your place is anything like mine, wall space is a pretty limited resource. That’s why these little felt cone trees are so great! They take up very little space and are really fun for kids to decorate and re-decorate whenever they want.
Your kids will love making these special Santa watch binoculars with you. They’re really easy to make, and tons of fun for your kids to use. Perfect for a Christmas Eve craft, these will keep your kids entertained all night, watching for Santa himself!
What better way to celebrate the season than spending time together with your little ones?
I hope you enjoy these Christmas crafts, and I’d love to hear about any others that you and your kids might be doing this holiday season!