Welcome to ChildFun! This week we are starting to decorate our home for the holidays, just as I am sure you are at too! We have lots of great ideas for Holiday Decorating Themes, how to have A Stress-Free Holiday Season, and what everyone needs right now, some advice for Doing More With Less at Christmas! Sometimes, when money is tight, like it is for most this time of year anyway, it helps to concentrate on what's really important. Family and friends. Instead of spending oodles to have a fancy holiday, give your child the gift of time. Print out some coloring pages and coloring them with your child. Or make one of our easy Christmas crafts. Your time is a gift that your child will treasure above all others.
Make sure you check out my Fat to Forty to Fabulous blog! Join me on my journey to change my life. I am just a regular stay at home mom who is sharing her tips and tricks for weight loss in real life. This week I talk about getting back on the exercise wagon, and I will be talking about surviving the holidays later this week. Join me and my trials and tribulations along the way!
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Chanukah is a Jewish holiday, also known as the Festival of lights. Chanukah is a Hebrew word meaning "dedication". It is also spelled Chanuka, Chanukkah, Hannukah or Hanukkah. The first evening of Chanukah (called Erev Chanukah) starts after the sunset of the 24th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev. This year Hannukah is December 12-19.
Hanukkah Crafts & Activities
Hanukkah Coloring Pages | Chanukah Coloring Pages
Christmas, also referred to as Christmas Day or Christmastide, is an annual holiday celebrated on December 25 that marks and honors the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. His birth, which is the basis for the Anno Domini system of dating, has been determined by modern historians as having occurred between 7 and 2 BC. The date of celebration is not thought to be Jesus' actual date of birth, and may have been chosen to coincide with ancient Roman solar festivals that were held on December 25.
Modern customs of the holiday include gift-giving, church celebrations, and the display of various decorations—including the Christmas tree, lights, mistletoe, nativity scenes and holly. Santa Claus, also referred to as Father Christmas, is a popular mythological figure often associated with bringing gifts at Christmas. Santa is generally believed to be the result of a synchronization between St. Nicholas of Myra and elements from pagan Nordic and Christian mythology, and his modern appearance is believed to have originated in 19th century media.
Christmas is celebrated throughout the Christian population, but is also celebrated by many non-Christians as a secular, culturalfestival. The holiday is widely celebrated around the world, including in the United States, where it is celebrated by 96% of the population.
Christian Christmas Coloring Pages
Christmas Coloring Pages
Santa Coloring Pages
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Songs, Poems, Fingerplays and Stories | Christmas Games and Activities
Christmas Ornaments Kids Can Make | Christmas Gifts Kids Can Make
Christmas Tongue Twisters | Christmas Ornaments You Can Make
Angel Crafts | Christmas Tree Crafts | Christmas Wreath Crafts
Christmas Bell Crafts | Snowman Crafts | Santa Christmas Crafts
Angel Christmas Crafts | Really Simple Christmas Crafts
Miscellaneous Christmas Craft Projects | Mommy's Letter to Santa
The Color Red | The Color Green | Christmas Books For Kids
Christmas Craft Books | A Stress-Free Holiday Season
Doing More With Less at Christmas | Holiday Safety Tips
Holiday Decorating Themes | Rosemary Christmas Trees
Holiday Centerpieces & Table Toppers | Holiday Place Settings For Less
Tips for Great Portraits | Twas the Night for Assembling
Toy Safety for Tiny Tots | Christmas Movie Reviews
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