Gathering project: Fringed fleece scarf
An Arizona Winter!
Unplanned shaking of fall leaves from trees!
The kids ran from tree to tree.
"Papa shake it!"
Giant Gingerbread Village
Unplanned turns running Papa's remote control car.
The biggest cousin gave rides around the back yard.
Playing in the fall leaves barefoot in December!
Jingle bell necklace using Ho...Ho..Ho... ribbon
Cool Christmas painting pad. Paint right on the page and
you use a Q-tip as your brush. (Michaels)
Hungry campers polished off a full pan of
lasagna and 2 loaves of bread.
Christmas cups and straws added to the fun.
A kids joke book, a coffee table stage, and you
have self made entertainment!
Getting ready for a night time ride in
the back of Papa's truck through
our rural community for a
Christmas light scavenger hunt.
We sang Christmas carols and wished neighbors
who were outdoors a
very energetic Merry Christmas!
Tailgate party at the end of a very dark road.
Papa brought his lantern
and read the children a book.
Tailgate refreshments were donuts and milk.
Our final craft and activity was on
the true meaning of Christmas.
More details to come when time permits.
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I want to come to your Christmas day camp. :) I love your Christmas weather there. I enjoyed the ideas you had for your grandchildren and hope to do some those with my own grandchildren. They all looked like they had such fun and are a very handsome bunch. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the ideas, I will have my two grandkids for two weeks and have been trying to come up with enough things to keep them busy, and to give them memories of happy times as well. You always have the most wonderful ideas, and you are a true blessing to all of us out here in blogland.Keep up the wonderful work!ReplyDelete
What an absolute fun day, jam packed with activities. I love the nativity ornament.ReplyDelete
The kids were obviously having a ball! Some planned activities and some spontaneous ones make a perfect mix!ReplyDelete