Here’s a fun way for kids to make their own gift bags this year. These cute little angels make festive wrapping for any gift. Older kids can even craft their own bag as well, or you can keep it simple and use a brown paper sack for younger kids or to speed up the process! Once the bag is made it creates a great opportunity for giving back as well! Fill it with love as a gift for a teacher,
These easy toilet paper roll angels make a great Sunday school Christmas crafts for toddlers or preschooler. They’re also a great angel craft for kids at home as you probably have many of the supplies already or can pick them up for a few dollars at your local dollar store! Simply gather some leftover toilet paper rolls and a few craft supplies and soon they’ll have a cute angel Christmas craft flitting about your home.
A toddler made Christmas gift is so cute! The grandparents will absolutely love it. Try this easy Christmas popsicle stick frame craft. Easy enough for a toddler to make and you can pick up all the supplies at the dollar store! My toddler’s version actually came out much better than the ones I made! Make this easy and simple dollar store toddler craft and make the grandparents smile on Christmas morning. Or use it as a memento for yourself.
There are so many fun Christmas tree crafts you can do with your kids! I love this one since it’s low prep and simple enough for younger toddlers, but preschool and kindergarten age kids could enjoy it as well. Just make slight adaptations for each level. It’s also perfect for creating a learn through play experience talking about shapes, colors, sizes, etc. It’s also not very messy as it can be done with just paper and glue!
Christmas is my absolutely favorite time of year! There’s the food, the crafts, the non-stop Christmas music. I love creating new decor and mason jars are a fun and easy way to do it. This year I decided I wanted to make angels a central part of my Christmas decor and I haven’t seen many angel mason jars. So I created these beautiful little jars to add some twinkle and charm to your holiday decor.
If you have a toddler I’m sure you’re like me and constantly looking for new, inexpensive, ways to keep them busy! Bonus points if it’s somewhat educational as well. I’m a stay at home mom so I feel like I have even more pressure not just to entertain, but to educate. I’ve been amazed at how long a bag of craft pom poms, two spoons, and a couple buckets have kept my daughter busy. Check out what we did with them below and some other fun pom pom activities as well!