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  • Amber Noe

    25 days of Christmas scripture chain & other Christmas ideas

  • Stacey LeCureux Stewart

    Everyone enjoys making paper chains -- here's one to try! 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS SCRIPTURE CHAIN has slips of paper with scripture on them that you can cut up and use in a variety of ways to help count the days.

  • Maddie Buckmaster

    25 days of scripture for Christmas time

  • Kerry Jones

    The Things I Love: Our Other Christmas Traditions... 25 days of Christmas Scripture Chain. Could work with Advent calendar as well.

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25 days of Christmas activities - definitely faith-centric (LDS), but adaptable for every family, church-related or not. Great website in general too (The Things I Love), full of ideas to make your life more fun and full.

Start a simple yet meaningful tradition this year. 25 days of service - a great way to remember the true meaning of Christmas

Love the silhouette, could work for couple photos too

Old school wedding cake

A Christmas Scripture Advent for Children - count down to Christmas by reading certain scriptures each day and doing an activity to go along with those scriptures.

poem to help your kids remember the true meaning of Christmas :):) love

Great family idea during the Christmas season! Take your kids out and show "random acts of kindness" for Christmas. Be sure to leave a simple note to let the recipient know that you pray they will be blessed and remind them that they are a child of God. How amazing for strangers to know that someone is praying for them!

Wonderful way to build up your children and teach them to give. Shepherds pouches are filled with coins when child is caught being good. On Christmas Eve children use the money to do something to help others.

Another great Christmas activity to remember the real meaning...I might have already pinned this, but had to again just to be safe.

25 names of Jesus for 25 days of Christmas ornaments. 1 to hang each day. Love this.

Classic Christmas quote...from the Grinch Who Stole Christmas