This is an easy and fun tradition to start for your kids whilst they're still young. So by the time they leave home, theyll have a box of well-loved treasured Christmas tree decorations of their own to take with them.
Make your own fingerprint Christmas cards this year with the kids. They're fun and simple to do at home, plus friends and family will love the personal touch of your little ones fingerprints. Find out how to make both fingerprint Christmas lights cards and fingerprint Christmas tree cards with these easy instructions.
Is your little one prone to food allergies or food intolerances or do they have a friend who is? At Christmas time with the never-ending series of lunches, dinners and distractions, it can be hard to keep an eye on what toddlers and pre-schoolers are eating. Check out these helpful tips on foods you might like to avoid.
Be creative and have a go at your own Christmas decorations with the kids. This Popsicle Christmas Tree is easy to make and will look good on your family tree. All you need are ice block sticks, glue and collage materials.
Have you ever bought a gift for a child and realised that it was not suited to their age? Are you not sure what to buy? Do you want to buy something that is not only fun, but also encourages early childhood education too? Here are some gift ideas that will suit a childs age, hold their interest and encourage learning through play.
If your child was born around Christmas time they might feel overlooked when it comes to birthday attention. So how do you ensure your childs birthday in December or early January isnt overshadowed by the Christmas holidays? Check out these useful tips.
It may be re-assuring for those with new babies to hear that when it comes to your babys first Christmas, expensive gifts are not necessary! Many parents feel the pressure to buy the latest and most costly toys, but with everyone managing tighter budgets these days, parents are looking for cheaper alternatives.
The kids will have lots of fun making this magical reindeer dust to help guide Santa to your house on Christmas Eve. It's a tradition you can share with the whole family each year. Reindeer dust is made from a combination of glitter and oats. The glitter is to help guide the reindeers to your house, whilst the oats will help feed the reindeers when Santa is busy filling up all the stockings.
Enjoy reading the Twas the night before Christmas poem to your kids on Christmas Eve. It's one of the oldest and most popular Christmas traditions worldwide. It was written by Clement Clarke Moore in 1822.
Love knitting? Why not make your own mini wool Christmas stockings this year for the tree or mantel piece? These mini stockings are easy to knit and make great Christmas decorations you can bring out year after year.
These pizzas are perfect for kids (and adults!) over the Christmas holidays. Design your own Christmas pizzas using homemade or shop bought pizza bases, cut out some Christmas shapes, add your kids favourite toppings and cook. There are no set rules, so be as creative as you like!
Kids Christmas stockings or Santa sacks are a simple tradition that date back centuries and are still very popular today, but where do you start when it comes to filling them? Check out these 8 useful tips.