Here are my final suggestions.
- Go on a shape hunt in your house—rectangles, squares, circles, triangles. How many can you find? How many are holiday related—Christmas tree is a triangle, circle wreaths, rectangle and square presents, etc.
- Write to a friend telling them how much he or she means to you.
- Make a list of all the things you’re grateful for.
- Make decorations together for your Christmas Tree—out of pipe cleaners or buttons Here are the pipe cleaner directions. And here are the button decoration directions.
- Tie bright ribbons on your door knobs and bannisters.
- Watch a favorite Christmas movie. These are mine. MIRACLE ON THIRTY-FOURTH STREET, HOME ALONE, HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS, or LOVE ACTUALLY.
- Drive around and look at Christmas lights.
- Clean out bookshelves and donate old books to library for used book sale.
Over the last several posts, I’ve given you well over twenty-five activity suggestions. Pick your 25 favorite and put them in your bowl. Then each morning pull out one. Don’t be rigid about this. If you’re having a busy day and the activity can’t be done, drop it back in and pull out another more doable one. As the number of papers decrease, you and your family will see how fast Christmas is coming. And what a fun time you’ll have together!
Join me for my nest post where we’ll talk about stars.