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I shared a few weeks ago that it is very important for us to try and keep Christ the focus during the Christmas season, and I shared a few family resources to that effect.
Today, I’d like to share some more of our favorite Christmas resources.
Also, if you’re on a budget, don’t forget to check out my Fun & Frugal Gift Guide–lots of great ideas for timeless, educational, and family-based gifts that are affordable for any budget!
I have a bit of a soft spot for Charlie Brown cartoons! I especially love the way the real Christmas story is presented so clearly in the midst of this family favorite–and the fact that millions of viewers watch it each year.
This book is new to us, but I love it! You can read my full review and enter to win a copy for yourself as well :)
I LOVE Christmas music, so I couldn’t possibly list all of the Christmas albums we have. But, this one is probably my favorite right now. Their version of “I heard the bells on Christmas Day” is just beautiful. It’s a fantastic song anyway, but the way they do it makes you feel it even more–the despair, followed by the hope that Jesus offers.
4. Kiwi Crate.
It’s always a good time to do some fun activities and crafts with your little ones and Kiwi Crate makes it easy. (You can see my full review of their kits here)
They have several limited edition holiday kits, and right now you can get $5 off with code JOY5, making them only $14.97 each. With enough materials to make at least 2 complete projects.
Finally, as promised, I have completed my Christmas Activity Pack for Pre-K/K. It contains 25+ pages of activities including:
- Writing Practice
- Copy Work
- A printable storybook
- And More!
As always, only free for a limited time, so grab it now! Then, it will go in my printables shop.
And, don’t forget to check out my Fun & Frugal Gift Guide–lots of great ideas for timeless, educational, and family-based gifts that are affordable for any budget!