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14 Fun Activities for Winter Break

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Holiday Ornaments


Start a holiday tradition in your family by getting your children involved in making Christmas ornaments. These crafts are fun and easy for kids, and they'll beam with joy when they see their very own creations hanging from the tree.

Read the instructions for Holiday Ornaments and Crafts Kids Can Help Make.

Snow Bricks

Teach your kids the trick to making the perfect winter fort. This easy method will have children building for hours.

Read the instructions for Snow Bricks.

Winter Murals

This project combines the indoors and outdoors for a perfect winter day. Tap into your child's inner artist and enjoy the season with this project.

Read the instructions for Winter Murals.

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