It’s Day 15 of Blogmas! As a family, we’ve been stuck indoors a lot as of late. The air is getting colder, there are a few flakes flying and frankly, little man has been a bit sniffly. Trying to keep a 20-month-old amused in a two bedroom apartment can be trying. So, I’ve done some searching and have found some fun Christmas activities for toddlers!
Being our first child, every stage with him is obviously new to us as parents. We conquered the newborn stage, then the baby stage, now, we’re into the toddler stage. Just when we started figuring out the baby stage, we get a whole new set of needs, wants and things. Whoever said that parenthood isn’t work, clearly didn’t have kids. It’s a job that never has a manual and you’re always flying by the seat of your pants.
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Mr. P is busier than ever. His speech is developing like crazy. I honestly feel like he’s learning a new word every day. It’s blowing mine and my husband’s minds. He problem solves all on his own and learns new things so quickly.
Since we’ve been fairly confined to home lately. Either by weather or for other reasons. I felt like I needed to jump on the Pinterest machine and find some toddler activities. Especially Christmas activities for toddlers. Why? Because who doesn’t love a homemade gift from a child? Or, just the fun of knowing you made that toy they haven’t put down for the past hour. Okay, that may be a bit much. 15 minutes.
Whether it’s weather, or if it’s a cold keeping you inside. These Christmas activities for toddlers will bring you and your little one(s) some seasonal excitement for weeks to come.
With a list this big, obviously, not all of the crafts and activities couldn’t be put on the infographic. So scroll through and make sure to save this post for later by sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or your bookmarks!
Don’t want to make something from scratch? No worries! I’ve found some really fun craft kits that have done all of the prep work for you! No trip to the dollar store needed. Which frankly ends up costing way more than you initially planned for anyway. These fun kits are a great way to spend time with your little(s).
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Christmas Crafts for Toddlers
- Mess-Free Jingle Bell Painting from Mac n Taters
- No-Mess Paint Christmas Card from Mac n Taters
- Christmas Tree Salt Dough Craft from Mommy’s Bundle
- Egg Carton Christmas Ornaments from The Pinterested Parent
- Easy Christmas Spin Art from Teaching 2 and Three Year Olds
- Handprint Christmas Tree Art from Clare’s Little Tots
- ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas Footprint Art from Messy Little Monster
- Scrunched Paper Christmas Trees from Crafts on Sea
- Tear Art Christmas Wreath from Buggy and Buddy
- Pom Pom Pine Cone Trees from Red Ted Art
- Playdough Christmas Tree Crafts from The Educators’ Spin on It
DIY Christmas Toys for Toddlers
- Holiday Pom Pom Push from Busy Toddler
- Felt Christmas Tree from Cherie Bobbins
- My Five Senses Book from Life Over C’s
- Santa & Rudolph Christmas Spoon Puppets from Messy Little Monster
- Snowman Slam Game from Growing a Jeweled Rose
- Christmas Tree Ball Sort from I Can Teach My Child
- Felt Snowman from Life with My Littles
Christmas Sensory Activities for Toddlers
- Christmas Tree Fine Motor Craft from Stir the Wonder
- All Natural Christmas Sensory Bin from Paper and Glue
- No-Cook Chocolate & Cherry Reindeer Dough from Emma Owl
- Peppermint Christmas Dough from Emma Owl
- Christmas Tree Sensory Bin from Raising Little Superheroes
- Christmas Cookie Cloud Dough from Little Bins for Little Hands
- Christmas Lights Car Track from Adventures and Play
- Christmas Fybogel Slime from Adventures and Play
- Christmas Sensory Matching from The Kavanaugh Report
- Santa Toddler Sensory Basket from Natural Beach Living
- Find the Snowflake Sensory Counting Bin from Mom Explores the Smokies
- Christmas Tree Homemade Slime from Little Bins for Little Hands
- No-Mess Christmas Tree Sensory Play from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Christmas Activities for Toddlers
- Christmas Tree Felt Set from Simple Fun For Kids
- Christmas Playdough Mats from Tot Schooling
- Reusable Pom Pom Christmas Tree Busy Bag from Powerful Mothering
- Christmas Song Basket from Play & Learn Every Day
- Christmas Tree Size Sorting from School Time Snippets
- 3 Jingle Bell Activities from Lalymom
- Christmas Bow Sticky Wall from Inspiration Laboratories
- Ornament Sorting from Busy Toddler
- Felt Tree Stacking from Powerful Mothering
If there are any I missed, which I’m sure there are, share below in the comments!
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