Easy way to keep things simple when shopping for children this Christmas!

How to Shop for Children at Christmas ‹ A Young Mum


School Christmas party craft idea Easy and cute!! Something I know, as a mom, I would like to have: (cheap, too)

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popsicle stick christmas crafts

Christmas Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids to Make - Crafty Morning


These popsicle stick sleds with photos of your students are perfect for teachers to use in their classrooms!

Popsicle Stick Sled Ornament With Scotch® Expressions Tapes


What's in the bag? is a quick, simple, and inexpensive Christmas game that can be played by kids of all ages || Gift of Curiosity

Christmas game: What's in the bag? - Gift of Curiosity


Snowman soup hot chocolate for Christmas classroom gifts. I paired this with a cute snowman cup that we made out of a 6oz styrofoam cup for the kids to drink out of. The snowman soup consists of a hot chocolate packet, mini marshmallows and a candy cane.

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Cute picture frame ornament with kids pictures inside - not Santa faces

Second Grade Nest: December Pins


Very cute christmas ornament project with the kids Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Christmas Ornaments

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Christmas Ornaments


Christmas tree fish tank ornament! Omg the kids are going to love making these for the Christmas tree. Awesome DIY craft using the clear ornament balls. I am so glad I found this how cute!

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Santa from a spоon and make up remover pads cute ornament idea for older kids to make...think a red and white theme for your tree decor.

Santa from a spоon and make up remover pads | krokotak


Photo Ornament with Wish List on back each year to look back on - love it! Christmas present for classroom kids? Modge podge a picture on front, possibly a wish list on back or their name, year, how old, and one item on their wish list.

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Handprint Reindeer Ornaments, kind of what I have in mind but I want to do it with paint on a globe or something to make a better ornament to keep. Use glitter for the nose. Pipe cleaners for the antlers still, googly eye

Christmas Crafts for Kids- Reindeer Christmas Cards and Ornaments


How to make simple pom ornaments for your holiday decor or Christmas tree #make #ornament #craft skiptomylou.org

Pom Pom Ornaments - Skip To My Lou


What a light!: celebrando la vida que renace / celebrating the renewal of life

Paper Plate Reindeer Craft for Kids - Crafty Morning


Super easy #Christmas ornaments for kids to make -- by Plum Pudding

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Think we'll try this or something similar for the girls for Christmas this year. "Something to wear, something to share, something to read and something they need" + one extra special item to them.

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Oh so CLEVER Christmas Wreath Painting - This is such a fun out-of-the-box way to paint a Christmas wreath that produces a beautiful Christmas Craft or Kids! Great for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, and more.

Christmas Wreath Painting with a Brush


awesome gift idea!

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Holiday Graph Freebie


What a light!: celebrando la vida que renace / celebrating the renewal of life

Paper Plate Reindeer Craft for Kids - Crafty Morning


BINGO board. When a kid is doing what he/she is supposed to be doing and I catch him/her, that student then gets to sign his/her name in a box. At the end of the day, I roll a dice for the letter and the number. The student gets a simple reward. - Good Behavior Management! May want to try for the new year!

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CD Snowman Ornaments (happy hooligans) - upcycle an old, scratched CD into an adorable ornament for the Christmas tree.

Happy Hooligans


20+ DIY Disney ornaments | Lots of fun kids craft ideas for your Christmas decorating! Frozen ornaments, Ninja Turtle ornaments, Mickey Mouse ornaments and Disney princess ornament ideas! So fun!

20+ DIY Disney ornaments


How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Story Time and Craft | KidsSoup

How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Story Time and Craft


Stocking hanging board. There's no fireplace in our new house. I wonder if you could put it in a spot where it could be used for sweaters or some other kind of hanging during the year. (Or maybe a curtain rod hung somehow instead of hooks? Then you could add more stockings without much trouble in case of company or more kids. Gotta figure it out by next year.)

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