Rudolph the red nose reindeer, has a very shiny nose…
With Christmas just around the corner, we will all have more time to play and learn at home. Christmas is a time to gather with family and friends during this season to celebrate the year, enjoy the company.
They look to strengthen their ties, to spend significant moments with one another, to spread joy and goodwill.
Children can celebrate Christmas with fun family activities to play and learn together. One of the best ways is to start the Christmas cheer is with arts & crafts at-home learning through play.
Edx Education has developed Christmas activities from upcycling our boxes, searching our feast words and colouring in.
Great for all ages to play, learn and be creative together.
Activity 12 – Upcycle your boxes – Make your own Robot or Santa’s Sleigh
We all love to make things and with so many cardboard boxes and wrapping paper at Christmas, let’s upcycle our boxes and Christmas wrapping paper. Use your imagination to make a Robot.
Activity 13 – Activity sheet – Word Search for Christmas Feast
What will you include in our family feast this Christmas, find the Edx Education Christmas Feast.
Activity 14 – Activity sheet – Colour the Snowman
Have you ever seen a snowman with a rainbow scarf and Jumper, if not let’s create one today!
Activity 15 – Activity sheet – Name and colour Reindeers
Santa hasn’t named all the Reindeers this Christmas will you help Santa to name the newest members of the team.
There will be more activities ready to celebrate the Christmas cheer. We would love to see your creations feel free to tag #edxeducation on your creations so we can share them with our community.
For more family play ideas head over to the Annabel and Edx Education play and learning activities, articles and advice on
https://edxeducation.com/teacher-parent/play-blog to maximize time spent together as a family.
A new – and growing – collection of digital materials are available online to support new ranges read the ‘Play blog’ on the website, listen to the podcast, see the games and videos and make use of the free downloadable resources for home learning in the teachers/parents section.
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Let’s play and learn together…
Posted by Heather Welch, Edx Education