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…
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The Vikings were mischievous folk, who even had a god of mischief and mayhem called Loki – a cunning trickster and shapeshifter. Create your own mischief maker with this activity from Riddle of the Runes .
Car game: I Spy
This is the classic game ‘I Spy’ based on any Christmassy things, seen in or outside the car. It also is a great activity for practising those speech sounds. Someone says ‘I spy with my little eye, something beginning with… a, b, c…’. Then everyone else has to guess what it might be. For example, ‘S might be for ‘star’. You may need to give each other clues.