Christmas crafts

All the teachers are breathing now and all the moms are already wondering what in the world they can set the children to doing. Here are some craft ideas.

Christmas Gifts Kids Can Make

http://superheroesandprincesses.blogspot.com/2010/12/christmas-coal.html

http://polwig.com/kids/fast-fun-preschool-christmas-crafts/

http://tinkerlab.com/2010/12/tracing-circles/

Those circles into a snowman or something else.

http://www.icanteachmychild.com/2010/12/sheep-ornament.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+icanteachmychild%2FHJwa+%28I+can+teach+my+child%21%29&utm_content=Twitter

http://www.playfulearning.com/Playful_Learning/Blog/Entries/2010/12/22_Learning_to_Set_the_Table__Homemade_Placemats.html

I mentioned elsewhere recently, that as I trimmed the Christmas tree this year, I remembered so many times of my childhood and my daughters — because of the ornament that were made throughout the years.  Many years I did not do a tree, but wow, how grateful I am that either I or my mother saved all those crafts.  Making things, whether in Scouts, school,  Sunday School, or home is a great tradition.

Have a wonderful, blessed Christmas.

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