25 Low or No Cost Christmas Activities

November 30, 2015|Posted in: Holidays and Seasons

25 Low or No Cost Christmas ActivitiesHere’s a list of twenty-five Christmas Activities you can do together as a family!  Choose a few activities to enjoy throughout the season or have fun doing one activity every day until Christmas.

  1. Visit a Christmas Lights Display
  2. Go Christmas Caroling
  3. Visit a Nativity Display
  4. Build a Snowman & Make Snow Angels
  5. Drink Gourmet Hot Chocolate
  6. Bake & Decorate Christmas Cookies
  7. Go Ice Skating
  8. Take a Drive to See Christmas Lights
  9. Make Ugly Sweaters (using old sweaters and pompoms, ribbons, fabric scraps, etc.)
  10. Write a Family Christmas Letter & Include Photos
  11. String Popcorn Garlands (or cranberries, or Cheerios or Fruitloops, etc.)
  12. Make & Send Christmas Cards
  13. Visit Santa Claus
  14. Have a Taffy Pull
  15. Go Sledding
  16. Visit a Christmas Tree Display
  17. Cut Paper Snowflakes
  18. Go Christmas Shopping at the Dollar Store
  19. Take Goodies to the Neighbors
  20. Visit a Nursing Home & Sing Christmas Songs & Pass Out Cards
  21. Decorate a Gingerbread House
  22. Read A Christmas Carol
  23. Read The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
  24. Make Homemade Christmas Ornaments
  25. Watch Christmas Movies (This is one of our Christmas Day traditions).




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  1. Melanie Pickett
    November 30, 2015

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    What sweet ideas. I remember simpler times when driving around looking at lights was so magical. It still is for me! 🙂

  2. Chelsie
    November 30, 2015

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    These are great ideas for the Christmas Season! My husband and I are going to the Zoo lights this month and plan on making some Chrismas cookies!

  3. Christine
    December 3, 2015

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    I love this list! I am always looking for fun things to do with my kid and this is perfect. Thanks for sharing on Meetup Monday!

  4. Christie Hawkes
    December 2, 2017

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    All fun activities, and you could combine a couple together for a full day of festivities! Thanks for cohosting #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty, Lori.

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