How to get your kids excited about Christmas with gifts
How do you get your kid excited about the holidays?
You can’t just show up at your kids’ house and say, “Hi, I’m your dad.
I’m here to give you gifts.”
You’ve got to go out and actually do something that is meaningful.
The best part about this holiday season is that we’re finally seeing a big, big change in how parents and kids interact, so I’ve decided to take this opportunity to share some of the ways you can get your children excited about Santa and Christmas.
So, if you’re feeling nostalgic, here are some of my favorite Christmas gift ideas from the past few years.1.
Christmas Carol of the Day: Carol the Good Witch from the Disney Channel movie is the most popular carol at my kids’ preschool and they love it!
The only problem?
You need to buy the carol.
It comes in a bunch of different styles and colors, but the one they really love is the one featuring Santa Claus and the elves.
It’s like a classic carol, but with a magical twist.2.
The Santa in Santa Claus: This is a great, creative way to let your kids know Santa is coming for them.
The kids love it.
And if they have Santa in their home, they’ll be all excited for him!3.
Christmas Tree Tiles: Kids love to decorate their own Christmas trees!
Make your own with these simple Christmas trees.
They’re easy to make and you can customize them to your child’s preference.4.
Happy Birthday Santa: This festive tradition of handing out cards to kids is a little more difficult to pull off, but it’s still fun to do.
This tradition is a lot of fun to make, too!
You can buy cards or other cards that say something fun, like “Happy Birthday Santa!”
You can also decorate your own card-like items to match the card.5.
A Carol for Christmas: This one is easy.
You can decorate a Christmas tree and put your kids in it for Christmas.
They love it, and it makes for a really sweet holiday gift.
They might even say, you can do this for me too!6.
Christmas Card-like Gifts: Kids really love a card like this one.
They really love the message.
This card is cute and you’ll be happy your kids love you for it.
You’ll also want to keep the gift wrapped.
They won’t have to go shopping for it, but you can also get some gifts to give to your kids while you’re gone.7.
Santa on Your Back: If you have kids, you may be tempted to try and get Santa to come into your house, but that would be a waste of time.
Instead, you could just put Santa in your front yard and then have your kids run down your driveway, pick up the card and come back home to you.
This would also be a great way to share Christmas gifts with your kids.8.
Christmas Santa Carol: This card-style Santa can be a lot more fun than just handing out Christmas cards.
It also helps give kids an extra little Christmas cheer.
You don’t need to worry about them picking up the cards, though, as the Santa on your back is just standing there to watch them.9.
Santa’s Gift for Christmas Day: This Christmas card is a perfect gift to put in your mailbox.
It could be a small box with Santa’s face on it or even a stuffed animal that Santa will recognize.
You could even add Santa’s voice to the card to make it a little Christmas extra special.10.
Santa in Your Kitchen: This will work in the kitchen too.
It might just be a bowl filled with a few different foods, like carrots, peas, potatoes, or turkey.
Just put the food in a bowl and let Santa have a go.
If he gets hungry, he’ll just have to pick them up again and start over.11.
Santa at Work: The idea of Santa in the workplace is not one that many people will ever have the chance to experience.
This idea can really make a big difference, too.
You know you can’t do it alone, so you can put your child in a job with Santa, but then let him take the lead and go on adventures with the Santa’s helpers.12.
Santa Claus’ Christmas Carriage: Kids loved this one at my daughter’s preschool.
I love the fact that they were able to watch Santa do something fun.
They loved that they could have Santa go on a little adventure with them.
And when Santa finally shows up, it was great to have Santa come along.13.
Santa Makes A Gift: You can even have Santa give you some gifts for Christmas, too, like a card, a hand-made ornament, or even an actual Christmas tree.
But be sure to keep these gifts wrapped.
You won’t want your kids to lose their Santa sense