Holiday Fun Ideas to Keep Kids Amused During Winter Break

Now that the kids are out of school on Winter Break, are you looking for some activities to keep them amused? I found some really cute craft, cooking, and computer ideas that I wanted to share.

Fun in the Kitchen

Mom Endeavor's Snowflake Pretzels had a great idea for Snowflake pretzels

Christmas Muffin Tin Meal
Her Christmas Tin Meal and other Holiday inspired food for kids is a blast. She has lots of great fun ideas on her site so check it out.

Christmas Craftin’

Felt owl Ornaments

I found these super cute Owl Felt Ornaments at

handprint christmas apron had an adorable idea for a Handprint Christmas Tree Apron. It’s fun to make for Holiday Cookie Baking or give as a gift to Grandma or Grandpa.

Cyber Fun

While I usually spend most of my time keeping my son off of the computer, there are some very cute sites where the kids can enjoy some Holiday Cyber Fun.

The has some cute activities for kids. We like the Disco Dancing Santa and for younger kids, Santa’s Personalized Stories are cute.

norad santa tracker

In today’s day and age of GPS and microchip tracking technology, you’ll be glad to know that even Santa can’t stay off of the grid. Have fun with your kids tracking Santa as he makes his way across the globe at You can play games online and even check the weather at the North Pole. Want even more fun? Sign up for Facebook or Twitter updates of what Santa is doing. You can even download an App to track his progress on your phone.

Finally, send your kids a personalized video from Santa. This site is so cute!

Want some more ideas for keeping kids amused during the Holiday break? Watch my video clip on Ideas to amuse Kids During Holiday Break.

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  1. Love the tin meal so cute! What an awesome idea!


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