The most wonderful time of the year is finally upon us, and many are itching to start their festive traditions. From wrapping presents to baking gingerbread with your family, it’s safe to say that there’s no shortage of enjoyable things to do this holiday season. However, if you’re still thinking of fun things for the entire family to partake in, why not add a few of these indoor and outdoor activities to your list?
These giant blankets have taken the internet by storm, but did you know you could make your very own in under an hour? You can even get the little ones involved, and all you need is a few skeins of yarn from your local craft store. You can also purchase yarn online for a quick and easy shopping experience. The trick is to use your arms to knit instead of traditional knitting needles. This makes the process much quicker, giving you a completed blanket in no time. Here’s a tutorial to get your started, and a guide to finding the best kind of yarn.
Grab your camping gear and spend a night under the stars in Spring Creek Park. The calm and quiet atmosphere is the perfect backdrop for your next family trip, and the many amenities across its 114 acres of land will have you exploring for hours on end. The Spring Creek campgrounds are only available to those who make reservations in advance, so be sure to plan ahead.
Ditch the screens for a night and make memories the old-fashioned way with a family game night. Divide yourselves into teams and decide on which game will kick off the tournament. You can also set up different stations around your home to play several games at once. Classic board games like Monopoly and Clue are always a hit, and card games like What Do You Meme will have the whole family laughing all night long.
The Johnsons family are famous for their yearly festive lawn display, featuring over 70,000 lights and over-the-top decorations that are sure to get you into the holiday spirit. They put on a show for the community every night from December 19th until New Year’s Eve, and even give the littlest members of the family the opportunity to take pictures with Santa. You won’t want to miss this beautiful display, so make sure to make your way to the Johnsons before it’s too late.
Eggnog may just be the quintessential drink of the holiday season, and stores are usually stocking their shelves with it as early as November 1st. While the convenience of store-bought eggnog is something to appreciate, it will never compare to the homemade stuff. Surprisingly easy to make, this heart-warming treat will allow you to bring a little festive cheer into your home all year long. Try this recipe from Tastes Better from Scratch, and get the little ones involved by allowing them to customize their toppings with whatever they choose.
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