Penguins made out of water bottles. :)

Your students will think that these penguin projects are "COOL!" Use water bottles, cotton balls, wiggly eyes, and construction paper to create these cute winter penguins. Using a strong glue, you c (Water Bottle Projects)

Thumbprint Penguins and Birds, for Greeting Card, Gift Tag, or Painting Project

Thumbprint Gift Tags

A fun Christmassy project to do with the children . Thumbprint Penguins and Birds, for Greeting Card, Gift Tag, or Painting Project

Create a fun little snow man out of shredded recycled paper! Then use puff balls for the buttons. Googley eyes for the eyes and pre cut mouth and nose for those. The arms could be black toothpicks. The hat can be pre cut as well. This would be a great project for many ages, the older the kids get the less stuff will be pre cut out.

10 Sensory Christmas Activities for Children who are Blind

Thanks to Annabel Karmel for sharing her recipe for Rudolph Cupcakes to get the kids baking...

Love these - cupcakes with chocolate icing, raisins for eyes, half a glacé cherry for the nose and some Cadbury Curly Wurly for the antlers!

Let your kids unleash their imaginations by creating their own snowmen sundaes with their favorite sundae toppings!

This would be such a blast for kids Christmas party: Snowman Ice Cream Sundaes. I'd use a white chocolate bonbon for head or smaller scoop of ice cream.

A nice and easy Christmas cookie recipe for kids - Christmas Tree Cookies

Christmas tree cookies

Upcycled Cardboard Rolls Christmas Calendars Step-by-step Picture Tutorial

DIY Christmas Calendar Made from Upcycled Kitchen Roll Tubes

Make your own advent calendar! Upcycled Cardboard Rolls Christmas Calendars Step-by-step Picture Tutorial

Banana and strawberry candy cane idea - so simple but so cute, and lovely and healthy too!

For Christmas morning - Christmas breakfast - bananas - strawberries - fruit = candy cane! You can actually sneak in healthy food during the holidays!

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