1. Make fun-shaped soft pretzels. The kids love shaping the dough into Christmas shapes. Plus, you probably have all the ingredients you need to whip these up. THIS is the recipe I use. Not only is it fun, but the pretzels are seriously delicious.
2. Marshmallow pictures. This one is easy. Give each child a small cup of marshmallows and a piece of colored construction paper. Let them design different pictures out of the marshmallows. Then eat the marshmallows!
3. Handprint Wreaths. Trace your child's hand onto green construction paper and cut out 12-15 hands. Glue them into a circle. Add a real bow or a paper bow and you are done!
|From The Picky Apple|
If you have enough kids and enough paper, you could make a cool display like this:
|Vintage Junky. Cutting instructions included HERE.|