Without further ado...
27th. Extract Honey with Grandpa Jim .
28th. Go see The Fantastic Mr. Fox.
29th. Finish up Holiday cards.
30th. Decorate the house with garland and lights.
1st. Make paper snowflakes and decorate the windows.
2nd. Visit the Christmas Story house.
3rd. Make crystal snowflakes.
4th. Pick out a really nice Christmas tree (but don’t squish any elves that may be hiding in the branches!).
5th. Decorate the tree and drink hot chocolate.
6th. Go on a walk in the woods. Gather items for the winter nature table.
7th. Write letters to Santa.
8th. Make popcorn strands for the tree.
9th. Make color ice blocks. Add salt. Build things.
10th. Visit Snowdrop's Adventure Game (a local event for kids to play a giant-sized board game about a white deer).
11th. Make dough ornaments for the tree.
12th. Wear fancy dress for dinnertime.
13th. Enjoy a candlelit bubble bath.
14th. Listen to holiday music and set up a nature table for the season.
15th. Make homemade playdough.
16th. Let’s go ice skating today!
17th. Have breakfast for dinner.
18th. Have breakfast with Santa at the Farmpark 10:30 a.m.
19th. Build a Gingerbread house.
20th. Bake a batch of Christmas cookies.
21st. Buy a gift for a family in need via Heifer International.
22nd. Visit Baba.
23rd. Go see the lights at Clifton Mill.
24th. Christmas Eve: Unwrap one present after dinner (Mama & Papa get to pick which one).
25th. It’s Christmas Day. Enjoy your time with friends and family, food and fun!
26th. Go for a walk at Aulwood.
27th. Have a tea party.
28th. Is the sky clear? Get out the telescope for some star gazing, if not, go for a nighttime walk with homemade lanterns.
29th. Family Game Night!
30th. Make dragon eggs.
31st. It's New Year's Eve! Make a list of plans for the New Year.