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24 Days of Christmas {Free Printables}

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Last year I started a new Christmas tradition with my children. I created a list of 24 activities that we would accomplish during December - one for each day leading up to Christmas - a part of our Advent celebration. I am going to share my list with you and you will also find some FREE printables - you can either use my list or print the blank cards and create your own - you can even mix and match! 

24 Days of Christmas

1-           Write Christmas Wish List
2-         Color a Christmas Picture
3-         Make Christmas Tree Ornaments

     4-       Sort through toys to donate

5-         Hot Chocolate &  Watch Christmas Movie
6-         Play with sensory Snow

7-          String Popcorn for Tree
8-         Hang some Mistletoe

9-         Listen to Favorite Christmas Music
10-  Make Peppermint Playdough
11-    Visit Nursing Home
12- Decorate Gingerbread Houses

13-  Put on a Play for Mommy & Daddy

14-           Drive & Look at Christmas Lights

15-   Play a Family Game

16-  Go Christmas Caroling
17-   Go on a walk in Bethlehem (*local attraction*)

18-  Make a Birthday Cake for Jesus
19-  Act out the story of Jesus
20-          Make Christmas Cookies with Grandma

21-   Buy Present for Siblings
22-           Watch Christmas Movie
23-           Christmas Program at Church

      24-         Read the Nativity Story

You can download the FREE Printable Cards here

You can download the FREE Printable BLANK Cards here

Hope you enjoy! What are some of your favorite Christmas activities?


  1. Thank you for all of these wonderful ideas! With all of the busyness of the season, this will help me to keep coming back to the important things! Thank you ever so much, Emily!

    1. Thank you so much, Cara! I hope you enjoy the cards and have a very Merry Christmas :)


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