5 easy Christmas crafts your tot can make [Infographic]

‘Tis the season for Christmas fun and games, so let those little hands get busy with these fun crafts!


Christmas is just around the corner and many little ones are spending lots of time at home, now that it’s the year-end holidays.

What better way to get excited about Christmas than the kitchen, why not set up a Christmas-themed sensory play bin for your munchkin. Sensory bins are terrific for tykes because they can improve their fine motor skills by picking up the tiny pieces with their fingers, and practise their hand-eye coordination by scooping and dumping.

If you haven’t set up your Christmas tree, make sure you leave room for customised ornaments made by your toddler ― hand-painted baubles will give your tree a special and personal touch.

While you’re wrapping the presents, set junior down with some washi tape and card stock to design and make his own Christmas cards.  And instead of decking the halls with boughs of holly, what about creating your own pompon wreath, or a Christmas tree of shapes.

Check out our infographic and text below for details on materials and instructions!

Infographic: Syahirah Maszaid