1. Donut Snowman- Invite everyone to build a snowman. Supplies include powdered sugar donuts, pretzels, candy corn, mini chocolate chips. You could also offer m&ms, licorice and gummy drops. You will be surprised at how many ways there are to make a snowman from these supplies!
2. Make a Human Snowman -Pick one person to be the snowman. The others use their creativity to wrap him/her in toilet paper. Add fun accessories like a hat, construction paper buttons, a scarf, gloves etc. Be sure to snap a pic of the builders next to their creation!
3. Candy Cane Fishing-Put all the candy canes except one into a cup. Tie the remaining candy to a string on a yard stick. Players take turns seeing who can ‘catch’ the most candy canes in 30 seconds. Record stats on board. (Variations- do this game as a relay race and see which team can catch the most, taking turns, in one minute.)
4. Pin the Nose on the Snowman- Use a kit or make your own. Take turns trying to pin the nose on the snowman while blindfolded.
5. Snowman Photo Booth- Hang a cute photo booth back drop and let everyone have turn getting to be the snowman! Take photos, you are making some sweet memories.
6. Create a an ornament together. Whether it is a pre-made kit or you design your own, this ornament will always remind you of the time you spent together during the holidays.
|This cute ornament is from Fireflies & Mudpies. Click here for the tutorial.|
What are your favorite things to do with family during the holidays? Drive around looking at Christmas lights? Baking? Listening to Christmas music? Working on a puzzle together? Playing board games?
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