5 Christmas Break Activities You'll Love

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Just make sure they're dressed accordingly. Set up play dates. If you don't want to hear your children whining about how bored they are, set up plenty of play dates in advance. You may have to serve lunch or a snack, but it sure beats trying to keep the little busybodies entertained all day long.

If you're feeling especially energetic, get in baking mode. Set up a cookie or candy making station where you can prepare homemade gifts for family and friends. Give children specific chores or duties. Imagine their delight in helping... and getting to sample their hard work at the end. Check with the chamber of commerce in your city and find out what activities they have. Maybe it's a Christmas tree lighting, parade or a show at the local theater. There are usually some holiday-related events that you and your children can enjoy at a very low cost.


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