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December is a special month for many reasons. We are going to say good-bye to one great year and welcoming another awesome year. The whole month is a holiday season, and one of the main festivals falls in this month. Yes!!!! Christmas and is full of celebrations all over the world. We also did some activities with a Christmas theme and thought to share it with you people. Are you excited to know them? This post is a combination of activities for both my kids, who are four years and 1+ years old. Come, let’s have a look at them.
Christmas activity for preschool kids
Santa beard shaping
As my daughter loves both Santa and scissor cutting, I thought to mix up both the activities. She enjoyed doing this finger grip activity. I have made four different pre-writing patterns with the dotted line and ask her to cut through the line.
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Decorate the Christmas tree
I love this activity more than her, so I have joined her. We both enjoyed decorating a DIY Christmas tree. Draw a tree and ask the child to fill it up with loose materials.
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Christmas pre-writing skill
- This is one of the favorite activities of all time. She loves this pre-writing activity very much.
- Draw any design and provide many loose particles. Let the child arrange them over the line. She doesn’t want me to record her activity , so I couldn’t capture.
Christmas tree sight words
As we are learning sight words, we thought to implement the concept in our Christmas theme. It is an effortless sight word learning activity, and she loves it. Write a few sight words on sticky notes and write the same on the board as well. Ask the child to read aloud and match them. Some are familiar to her, and some are new sight words.
Narrate a story
Santa hop – Number identification
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Christmas book recommendation
- As peppa is our all time favorite, we read two peppa books.