Gather your glue and scissors, and your best little crafters, and try out our Top 5 Crafts for Kids for the holidays. These kid-friendly Christmas crafts are perfect for a cold and snowy weekend afternoon. You can make fun keepsakes to cherish year after year; gifts for everyone on your list; and even fun decorations that your kids will love to play with throughout the season.

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Santa's Reindeer Ornament is great for all ages. Have the kiddos paint the popsicle sticks a brown color and then help them glue all the piece together. Pssst... this one even has a free printable insert!
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Frosty Snowflakes Ornaments are a simple way to create a keepsake gift for everyone. Pick out your favorite color ornament, grab a paint pen, and let your little one write or draw a special message to Dad, Grandma or Grandpa - even their teachers!
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Give this adorable little penguin a frosty home for the holidays with this clever Holly Jolly Penguin Snow Globe. After gathering a few supplies, you and your kiddos can work together to create this fun holiday decoration.
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Santa's Favorite Hot Cocoa Packs are a great way to dress up a fun treat for everyone. This simple gift is great for large gatherings of friends and family, a perfect Christmas party favor, and just right for teachers and neighbors.
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Holiday Tradition Paper Chain is a holiday craft for all ages! Make it extra special by writing Christmas wishes, a winter bucket list, or favorite family memories on the inside of each strip. Then read them as you make the chain or tear off one at a time as you celebration draws near.
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