I can't believe how quickly this year has come to an end. I often feel like the older I get the shorter each year feels. What do you think? With Christmas over in just a few days, you might be looking for some fun and simple ways to celebrate on New Year's Eve next week with your children. Here are 10 New Year's Eve Kid Crafts and Activities that will bring smiles to your kids' faces!
December 20, 2014
I have been posting Alphabet Crafts today. If you missed our first two, you can get caught up with our K craft. U is probably one of the most difficult letters to correspond with a Christmas or Winter Theme. After some thought I went with one thing every child looks forward to at Christmas, U is for Under the tree.
Continuing with the Alphabet Christmas/Winter Theme I'm also sharing with you a Y is for Yarn Craft. Y is one of those tricky letters that is hard to correspond with Christmas or Winter, but ultimately I think yarn works great. It's common for people to have knitted stockings or homemade knitted hats, scarves or mittens so here is a simple way to learn about the letter Y.
December 19, 2014
We love crafting with straws, especially paper straws. The different colors and patterns are simply irresistible. Another reason we love them so much is because they make such great scissor cutting practice for my preschooler! This week our Creative Preschoolers theme is scissor cutting practice so we made Paper Straw Snowflakes. If you have Frozen fanatics at your house, they are sure to love making these!
December 17, 2014
Labels: Winter Crafts