2010 Activity Advent Calendar (Printable)

Here is the printable 2010 Activity Advent Calendar!

~Countdown to Christmas with an Activity Each Day~
This was B’s favorite part of Christmas last year! We were doing these activities at 7 am because he just couldn’t wait one more minute to draw a card and do the activity!
Here’s What To Do:
Print the 2010 Activity Advent Calendar Cards and Materials List and put the cards somewhere special. It could be in pockets like I did last year, hanging on the tree, wrapped in small boxes, in a special bowl, or hanging from a strand of garland. Then, use the materials list to help you start gathering.
Activity Advent Calendar

Day 1 Alphabet Tree Mats

Day 2 Handprint/Footprint Reindeer

Day 7 I Can Color

Day 8 Rip and Glue Paper Plate Wreath

Day 9 Candy Cane Matching/Memory

Day 10 Nutcracker Number and Counting Match

Day 11 Christmas Tree Board Game

Day 12 Ice Cream Cone Trees

Day 13 Silver Bells Game

Day 14 Write a Letter to Santa or make a Wish Tree

Day 15 Take a picture with Santa

Day 16 How to Draw a Snowman

Day 17 Ornament Sorting and Tree Mat

Day 18 Whose Present? Maze

Day 19 Paint and Glue Tree

Day 20 Christmas Pattern Blocks

Day 21 Roll a Christmas Tree

Day 22 Wrap presents

Day 23 Christmas Addition

Day 24 Decorate Cookies for Santa

Day 25 Merry Christmas

Plan B Activities – (Substitutions and Last Minute Changes)
Straw Decorations
Christmas Tree Shapes
Marshmallow Trees

***You may also want to look at the 2009 Activity Advent Calendar for other ideas (it is still available to print).

Resources: The Activity Mom, Prekinders.com, Activity Village, tlsbooks.com, Enchanted Learning

 

Comments

  1. Wendy says

    Thank you for this. We did your advent activities last year. After we did the activity, my daughter liked for me to bring up your blog so she could see what your projects look like. I am looking forward to doing it again. Thanks!

  2. says

    wow–thank you so much for taking the time to post this–I love the idea of having activities to do each day with my 3 year old, but I’m so un-organized! This will help!!

  3. says

    Use a dot marker, bingo chips, or even color the letters the color that is shown in the top left corner. So all of the As will be the same color, Bs the same, etc. You could print and work on all of the pages or just do a few. Totally up to you.
    Enjoy and let me know if you have any other questions!

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