The most exciting night of the holiday season is Christmas Eve night. Kids will turn in early on this night. But, before they do, share some Christmas Eve traditions with them that will make the night even better.
Grab some Blankets, Make Some Yummy Hot Cocoa and read some Christmas Stories from imom.
Just to be extra sure Santa makes his way to your house this holiday, urge your kids or grandkids to sprinkle reindeer dust (colored sugar and edible glitter) on the front walkway.
Make a Christmas Eve Box and make lots of memories. (Thanks Foliver for sharing this one.)
Have a Gingerbread House Decorating Party. Turn the Page for lots of ideas from Vintage Kitty!
Let the kids make a New Ornament for the Tree. Turn the Page and checkout all the cute ones from This Tiny Blue House.
Play the Candy Cane Game…..You will need a small stocking, a lot of candy canes, chopsticks, and a large bowl. You can usually find these stockings at your local dollar stores.
Fill the bowl with the candy canes and place the bowl in the center of a table. Place the stocking on the other end of the table—place a cup inside to keep the stocking open. Give each person a chopstick.
Each player must place the chopstick in their mouth, on the start of go players must place their hands behind their back and try and hook as many candy canes on their chopstick as they can and transfer them to the stocking. Give each player one minute. The player who gets the most candy canes in the stocking wins. Thanks Best Life.
Have a wonderful Christmas!
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