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20 FUN Toddler Christmas Activities to Try Today

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The holiday season is ramping up and everyone around here is in planning mode. To help me AND you, I've put together a fun list of toddler Christmas activities! Scroll through and pick a few favorites. You can plan them for the month, or for a fun holiday party. 

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These ideas would be great to do one-on-one with your toddler for some special holiday-inspired quality time together. You could also do some of them at holiday themed playdates or kids Christmas parties!

Be sure to click on the Christmas or holiday tabs at these blogs too, they all have more ideas to share. I hope this list helps you have a happier holiday season. This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission.

Christmas Activities for Toddlers:

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Top row:

Christmas Pom Pom Drop Is a simple activity that adds a touch of fine motor skills.

Christmas Colors Toddler Activity lets your toddlers and older kids decorate a paper tree with Christmas ornaments.

You can make an easy Christmas Sensory Bin with Christmas decorations you have on hand such as garland and tree ornaments.

A DIY Christmas Puzzle will keep your toddler busy for ages.

Second row:

Holiday Lacing Cards are simple kids crafts that can be done with a wide range of ages.

Christmas Ice Star Science Experiment is a fun sensory experience AND science wrapped into one!

Ornament Memory Game and Sorting is easy to set up, and a great activity to get younger kiddos excited about decorating.

Painting with Christmas Tree Branches is not your ordinary Christmas tree craft- this one actually uses the tree to make the craft!

Third row:

Christmas Train Pretend Play is one of those activities for toddlers who love trains. You can do this activity with your toy trains for any holiday.

These Toddler Time Christmas Printables give toddlers and preschoolers a festive way to learn and practice their letters.

Fine Motor Christmas Trees are such a neat way to get those little fingers working.

Snowy Scene in a Box is such a cute way for you and your toddler to craft a winter scene.

Fourth row:

Sticky Tree would double as a kid made Christmas Decoration. For a smaller version you could cut it in the shape of a Christmas Wreath.

Gingerbread Playdough because what kid WOULDN'T love that!?!

72 Printable Christmas Activities Pack – the mother load of printable Christmas activities!

Gingerbread Printable Playset is a fun little set from Kids Activities Blog

Bottom row:

Peppermint Epsom Salt Sensory Play is a fun sensory experience with a festive scent.

Christmas Tree Felt Board is basically a gorgeous felt Christmas tree that your kids can decorate over and over. This would be a great DIY gift too.

This Christmas Tree Toddler Game uses those colorful applesauce pouch lids. What a fun use for them!

Make this Christmas I-Spy Bottle for your kiddos and if you hot glue it shut, it s a great on-the-go Christmas activity.

I am adding this Christmas Cloud Dough from my Taste Safe Christmas Activities for Kids list too!

For quick and easy, last minute Toddler Christmas Games, check these out:

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If you are looking for more Christmas related ideas to do with your toddler check out my guest post over at Powerful Mothering today for 20 Cute Christmas Crafts to do with Toddlers. For even more be sure to follow my Christmas with Kids Pinterest Board!

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  1. Love this article! I got fabulous activities for my little kid on this Christmas. I can try few of them on this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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