S is for Snow!
S is for Snow, Santa Claus, Solstice and Star! Do you have a holiday coming up? Kwanzaa and Hanukkah are right around the corner…Christmas isn’t far at all! Whatever you celebrate, let me help! (And print this newsletter out so your child can circle all of the ‘S’ words!)
Coloring Pages for December
Studies show that reading to your child has countless benefits. If you’re fresh out of Storybooks, how about trying these old fashioned picture books?
If your child is interested in more ‘S’ words, you can color Some together with this link.
Set the mood for holiday Spirit by listening to Christmas music here.
Whether Sitting in front of the fireplace, or Sinking your toes in Sand, you might want Some hints and tips for keeping your holiday Season relaxing. Believe it or not, it is possible. Here is a directory of child-friendly holiday recipes you can work on together.
It just wouldn’t be Surfing the Net with Kids if I didn’t Show you Some fun holiday games to play. Try Santa Ball Juggling, but don’t let Santa insult you!
Crafts for December
Toddler Friendly Christmas Crafts at Santa Claus Fun
Christmas crafts will certainly be needed for the kids’ teachers or bus drivers. You can make most anything at Make Play Dough.
Free Christmas Music
I am a big fan of eMusic, a membership music site with prices much cheaper than iTunes. And you can sample their service with ten free songs and a one-week free trial. To give you some ideas, here are a few Christmas selections from their vast collection: Free Christmas Music Downloads
More December Fun
Books with Christmas Cookie recipes!
Reasons your child should watch Santa movies.
Printable Christmas Games
The folks at A to Z Printable Games make oodles of printable holiday fun, and offer a bundle of ALL their Christmas games in one package. You can print these games as many times as you want, and some of them are customizable, so they can be used over and over again. Click here for 45 Printable Christmas Games.
See ya on the Net!
Barbara J. Feldman
Surfing the Net with Kids