Holiday Board Games and Crafts for Kids

Affiliate imageThe holiday can be a perfect time to start new traditions with your kids. Even if it is not with the end goal of traditional, it is a great way to play with the kids on a snowy Saturday afternoon. Here are some fun options, including a new company find called eeBoo!

holiday board games 2Whether it is counting down to Hannukah or Christmas, create some paper chains to tear off one each day until the Big Day! All you need is construction paper, tape or glue, and scissors. If you don’t want to DIY it, then these eeBoo Holiday Paper Chains are already cut for you, and are self-adhesive. Enjoy some time putting them together with your kids and make a wish for each chain or talk about something special.

holiday board games 1Another fun activity is to make gift tags. You just need blank tags from your local craft store. Then get some colorful colored pencils (stay away from markers that can bleed through the paper). Colored pencils can give the color you need and is a special tool for most kids who often just work with crayons. I especially like eeBoo colored pencils. They are short, but wide, so it is easy for kids to grip. Plus, they have silver foil accents so it gives the colored pencils a festive flair.

holiday board games 3After the crafts, make some hot chocolate or egg nog (or chocolate milk with whipped cream for the little ones) and play holiday board games or put together a holiday puzzle. This glitter Puzzle from eebook is only 64 pieces with a winter scene. Or play Christmas-opoly, Holiday Scrabble or even a Holiday ‘Memory’ game.

Whatever you do, take the time to enjoy the season.

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