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Six Christmas activities to try with the family

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Christmas is undeniably a festive and joyful moment. It has gathered human beings across generations in a spirit of giving and sharing. Derived from the Latin word natalis, meaning ‘birth’ in English, Christmas celebrates brotherhood and reconciliation. It carries an unqualified message of peace and love which originates from family.


Decorations: Why buy when you can make your own?

Decorative garlands are a very attractive way to give personality to your home. Cardboard, festive fabric, buttons, wooden logs, glue and natural rope. That’s all it takes to make a garland of stars! Let the child in you speak and let your children guide you with their natural and innocent sense of wonder.


Decorating the Christmas tree: A family moment

Is there a better and more beautiful moment than that spent with your children decorating the Christmas tree? The best way is to set up the most voluminous decorations that you have made with your own hands first and to then complete with the small ones. The highlight is to decorate the tree with chocolate balls that your children will secretly enjoy, obviously, behind your back!


A trivia for fun

Trivia is a great group or individual activity. It can be fun for young and old.Whether you opt for a quiz on logos or slogans, Christmas songs excerpts, general knowledge or enigmas, it is an activity that gathers the family around a fun spirit of competition, while you all wait for the Sandman.


Christmas movies: Simply magical

Christmas movies opens up to a fairylike universe. Everything becomes possible: believe in miracles, regain hope, wait patiently for Father Christmas. All you need to do is to go back to your childhood days and to see things through your child lenses and enjoy these moments of magic.


Let’s move the furniture and dance together

Move the furniture and convert the space into a dancefloor. With or without pajamas, go crazy! A couple songs, some beats to get your body and heart shaking and kickstart your Christmas celebrations to the beat.


When putting things up and bringing them down are just as awesome…

Take out your favorite gingerbread recipe, prepare your dough and divide into pieces as necessary to make your own gingerbread house. The children can chip in their favorite sweets to decorate. Cooking together is so much fun!