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Spend a little time with your toddlers crafting something for the holidays

Christmas crafts for toddlers

Have some fun with your little ones this holiday. We have some simple crafts that your kids will love doing right off our Pinterest page. 

Popsicle Stick Christmas Ornament from Crafts Meet Kids
Do you have extra Popsicle sticks hanging around? Try these three ornament ideas that kids will love making including Santa, Christmas tree and reindeer. Kids will be excited to hang them on the Christmas tree once they are done.

Giant Gingerbread Man from Happy Toddler Playtime
Create a life size gingerbread man craft (or girl!) in this easy and fun Christmas craft activity that your child will love. All you need is a roll of craft paper and crayons or paint. Extra embellishment items are optional. 

Tissue Paper Christmas Tree from Easy Peasy and Fun
It’s not every day that you get to make a Christmas tree craft. Using tissue paper, this tree is even more fun because it literally adds layers and layers of colors to the craft. Let your kids go crazy, creating a memorable Christmas tree they won’t soon forget.

Christmas Toilet Paper Roll Crafts from The Best Ideas for Kids
Kids love to create crafts with toilet paper rolls. The best part is that toilet paper rolls can be recycled into a Christmas craft activity. From the snowman to the elf – these will be a big hit for Christmas! Learn how to turn your toilet paper rolls into 4 different Christmas characters. Your little ones will just love how they turn out!

Paper Cup Christmas Tree from Fireflies and Mudpies
This fun little Paper Cup Christmas Tree is simple enough for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and older kids like tweens. Minimal, inexpensive supplies make it the perfect handmade Christmas ornament for home, the classroom, or for community holiday programs. 
So grab your paper cups, pompoms, and glue, then follow along with our helpful step-by-step directions and video tutorial so you can get your kiddos holiday crafting in no time!

For lots more crafts to do with your kids, check out our Pinterest page.



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