First there is the excitment of opening presents Christmas morning! Then there is a big fancy family breakfast, then a car ride to the grandparents’ house, seeing cousins, a few more presents… and then there is a lull in proceedings while adults rush around trying to get food ready for Christmas lunch…
It is during that ‘lull’ that the whining kids sometimes appear.
“When is lunch?”
But this year I have a secret weapon! I am armed with a bundle of easy printable activities for the kids to do on Christmas day! No more bored kids while they wait for lunch to be served!
I also suspect these activities might buy the adults some after lunch siesta time too!
Here are ten awesome ideas to keep your kids entertained on Christmas day…
Christmas Activity Placemat from Three Little Monkey’s Studio – this will keep them busy while they wait for lunch to be served!
DIY Printable Snow Globe card from Handmade Charlotte – I love that you can use your imaginations and draw whatever you like inside the snow globes!
Christmas Colouring Pages for Kids from Mr Printables – if you don’t have enough printer ink for the giant Christmas tree there are also individual colouring pages to print.
Snowman Colouring and Doodle Pages from Nurture Store – Three different snowman drawing activity printables, fun even for those of us who don’t have snow at Christmas!
Elf Hat Colouring Pages from Kids Activities Blog – Colour an elf with his hat or design your own elf hat.
Christmas Word Games from Creative Family Fun – Make up your own funny Christmas stories with these fill in the blank printables. Adults will enjoy these as much as kids!
Christmas I Spy Game from The Pleasant Things – this free printable looks like so much fun!
Christmas Math Worksheets from Classroom Jnr – for those that like a little maths challenge added to their colouring!
Christmas Mazes from Activity Village – a great selection of printable Christmas mazes from easy to hard!
Mon beau sapin from Yumicha – a cute little Christmas tree with hands and feet to print and make!
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This is a great post! Thanks for sharing :) Merry Christmas to you and your family