Tis the season to get creative and write some festive Christmas poems. Christmas poetry is the perfect Christmas gift to a friend or family member. And if you don’t know what to write in a Christmas card, write a Christmas poem! Everyone loves a good poem, right? To inspire your children to write their own poems, we have collected some of the best Christmas poems from around the world. And because this is the season of giving we thought we would reveal a random Christmas poem everyday with our super festive advent calendar.
Christmas images play a huge role during ‘tis jolly season. Think about, all those greeting cards you’re looking for, the inspiration you need to decorate your home or even how to lay your table. Christmas pictures inspire everything. Now, while you’re busy with the grown up stuff, let your kids be inspired this magical season too! These 30+ Christmas pictures are perfect to encourage your kids to do some Christmas holiday writing. We got some funny pictures of Santa, reindeers and even pictures of scenes to inspire your kids with their Christmas writing.
The Christmas holiday is just around the corner, which means I’m in prep mode! Most of my shopping is done, so now it’s time to start the wrapping process. In chatting with my nieces about how they wrap their holiday gifts for friends and loved ones, the eldest, a ten-year-old, was more than happy to explain her process to me. Here’s how to wrap your gifts this holiday season according to a ten-year-old, with a few notes of my own mixed in for reference!
Another Christmas has come! This year we are using Christmas writing prompts to countdown the days until Christmas. Not only are our Christmas writing prompts fun, but they will also encourage your child to do a bit of writing each day. I know writing is not the same as getting chocolates each day, but it is more special especially If you child loves writing. If your child dislikes writing, don’t worry! They will still find each writing prompt fun to read and who knows with a little encouragement they might even write a few words!
There’s only a few days left until Christmas! While everyone else is busy down at the Christmas card aisle at WHSmith or Asda. Why not spend your time creating your own pop-up Christmas card! Creating you own Christmas card is more meaningful and more fun than going out a buying one of the shelf. You can even include your own message and decorative finishes to suit the person you’re giving it to! You can even get the kids involved, improving their creativity and getting them to think about the person they are giving the card to. Follow this tutorial to create your own festive pop-up Christmas tree card!