If you follow the Charlotte Mason way of home education, then you know that handicrafts are a wonderful way for children to learn and create. Christmas is absolutely the perfect season to begin working on handicrafts with your child. You can use your handicrafts to decorate your home or to give away to friends and neighbors!
Christmas Handicrafts for Kids
The first handicraft I would suggest for kids is making Christmas ornaments. Even the youngest of children can play a part in making ornaments. Here are a few ideas:
Buy clear plastic ornaments and make a handprint ornament. Children could also paint Christmas trees or snowmen onto ornaments.
Make salt dough ornaments and use cookie cutters to cut them out.
Hot glue popsicle sticks in an upside down triangle and add a red nose and googly eyes for a Rudolph ornament.
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