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Can I make a confession? This mama – who seems all on top of activities and crafts with her kids – hasn’t had an Advent calendar for them in years.
December 1st rolls around and I realize I’ve forgotten to prep any Advent calendar activities. Or even buy a store-bought Advent calendar.
But this year… This year is going to be the year I’m going to be prepared! I’m starting early this year, and thought you might need a reminder, too.
So I’ve rounded up the best (and easiest!) kids’ Advent calendar activities for inspiration. Let’s check ’em out…
10 Easy Kids Advent Calendar Activities for Kids
Magnetic Advent Calendar – Make a magnetic advent calendar kids can add ornaments to right on your fridge. (via Simply Mommie)
Printable Advent Calendar Activities Countdown – These free printable advent cards have an activity for each day all ready to go. (via Little Wonder’s Days)
Printable Christmas Calendar Cards – These free printable holiday-themed calendar cards would make creating an advent calendar super easy. (via 3 Dinosaurs)
DIY 3D Advent Calendar – If you have some time and are feeling crafty, decorate one of these cardboard advent calendars then fill each box with a treat or trinket. Check out this beautiful one for inspiration! (via Craftulate)
Memory Verse Advent Garland – Make this pretty garland which doubles as an advent calendar with a memory verse for each day. (via Powerful Mothering)
25 Blessings Advent Activity – See how one mom makes a store-bought advent calendar more meaningful for her son. (via JDaniel4’s Mom)
An Unwrapped Book Advent Calendar – This mom found a way to have a book a day advent calendar without wrapping all the books. (via Reading Confetti)
Chatterbox Christmas Book Advent Activity – Here’s another mama who didn’t wrap books, but made a “chatterbox” for her kids to find out their book for each day of advent. So fun! (via My Little Bookcase)
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