Looking for homemade gifts to make with your child? Try making your own Christmas cards or a swirling, glittery snow globe with our activity ideas for 7–9 year olds!
Blog posts for: Christmas
Avoid the Christmas holiday slump with our top tips for keeping you and your family active over the festive season.
From hand-print Christmas wreaths to games to develop shape recognition skills, discover lots of toddler-friendly crafts and activity ideas to try with your little ones this Christmas!
Practise early maths and letter recognition skills with some Christmas colouring in and get lots of car game ideas to keep everyone occupied on long journeys this Christmas.
From storytelling games to alternative Christmas stories, encourage your child’s creative writing during with our top tips for creative writing at Christmas.
Get into the festive spirit with our Christmas activities, including lots of crafty ideas for making decorations!
For older children, why not encourage them to use the events of the festive as inspiration for some Christmas creative writing? Or challenge their crafting skills with a range of paper craft activities? Alternatively, they could always knit their own polar pug…
Isadora loves her mum’s hot chocolate – and so will you!
Transform Isadora’s room into a winter wonderland.
Have hot chocolate with Isadora and her friends.
Follow these steps to make a super snack for the birds in your garden, inspired by the Magical Kingdom of Birds books.
Epic quest! Can you colour in the five brave heroes?
Nixie the bad, bad fairy often has to get stuck in to tasks when her magic lets her down. Here are two craft activities that will need determination, creativity and lots of glue and paint!
Create your own winter wonderland with these cut out Christmas decorations.
Writing a letter to Santa can be even more fun with this Winnie and Wilbur template.
Make your own cat lantern with a balloon, tissue paper and pipe cleaners!
Bake your own traditional Swedish biscuits for your Pippi Longstocking Party!
Lucy’s Magic Snow Globe is a magical Christmas story about a little girl who wishes on a snow globe. These easy-to-follow instructions will help your child to make their own swirling, glittery snow globe.
Baking together is great fun and a good way to get children practising their measuring and counting skills. These snow-covered gingerbread trees are easy to make and your child will love decorating them.
Make a snowman for all seasons from the lovely winter story, You Make Me Smile. Help your child create their own snowman decoration to hang in the window or on the Christmas tree.
Cooking together is a great way to practise counting and measuring, and it’s fun to boot. These melting snowman cookies are very easy to make and look fantastic.
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