Christmas is a time to make gifts for family members. There are hundreds of wonderful gift ideas that kids can make, but not all of them are classroom-friendly. Many projects are designed for doing at home, but these activities and gifts will all work in a classroom as well. Many are simple, require few supplies, and can be done in a group setting with supplies commonly found in the classroom. Make these kid-made Christmas gifts with your class this year, and your kids will have tons of fun making gifts for family and friends!
Kid-Made Christmas Gifts for Family and Friends
Try these kid-made Christmas gifts with your class this year! Your kids’ parents will love these simple gifts, and you’ll love how classroom-friendly they are!
Let your kids make an oil painting to hang.
Start things off simple with air-dry clay stamped bowls. // Projects with Kids
Stamp a footprint onto a towel! // Creative Green Living
Use fingerprints to paint a letter to hang on the wall for a family member. // B Inspired Mama
Let kids design their own gift bags! // Parenting Chaos
Transform any artwork into a fridge magnet. // Kids STEAM Lab
Make a custom art candle. // Come Together Kids
No-sew pillows are always a fun thing to try! // Creative Jewish Mom
DIY no-slip socks also have the bonus of being a fine motor activity. // Brown Thumb Mama
Decorate a mug for a family member or friend using permanent markers. // Kids Activities Blog
Make one-of-a-kind bookmarks using permanent markers! // Happy Hooligans
Beaded keychains make the perfect gift from a child. // Make it Handmade
Family members will love these fingerprint keychains. // My Life of Travels and Adventures
These crayon-resist magnets come out different every time! // Happy Hooligans
Crystal rocks are so much fun to make! // Happy Hooligans
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