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DECEMBER 2012

November 30, 2010

AN ADVENT CALENDAR

I love Advent calendars, especially the ones that have activities
One year we made a simple paper advent calendar and wrote different book titles on the back to read each day. It was a fun time to look forward to and snuggle. 


I came across another Advent calendar I wanted to share. It's on Natalia's blog, Make Monthly
It would be perfect for children because it allows them to open a small box each day. And they follow the directions inside. The thrill of opening gifts never ends! 


Read all about it here.


                              happy day!



5 comments:

Dee @ Red Dirt Ramblings said...

We always use an Advent calendar in our home which shows Joseph and Mary's trip to Bethlehem. It was a great way for the children to learn about Jesus's birth while having fun. Ours has little books.~~Dee

Brenda Kula said...

This sounds like wonderful fun!
Brenda

Natalia said...

wow, thanks! I am so glad you like it. aren't advent calendars the best?! Thanks for sharing ours!

Tammy said...

Love your simple ideas. Love the card collage. And especially the collage of holiday sentiments. I love quotations. Word are very special. And I must go back and read your Have Heart post because I can tell it is something I can relate to and yet right now, it is time to go to bed and I can't concentrate properly. Tomorrow I shall take it all in. Best wishes, Tammy

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Advent calendars are awsome. Two years ago I got a wooden one at Cracker Barrel. I spend all year getting things for eacy day and drop it off for my 3 nieces at Thanksgiving. They love it and call me once a week to tell me what they liked. It is a lot of fun. They don't ever forget to bring it back to me at Christmas so I can fill it up again. It is a great way to bond with the girls since they live so far away.