Christmas Activities 2020
There’s no denying it, this year has been tough. We’ve all been apart from our Families, confined to our homes, and kept busy by countless Zoom and Hangout meetings.
But the Festive Season has now arrived, and it is time to kick back, relax, and to try and enjoy a time that is still isolated and controlled by Covid19.
Covid Friendly Christmas Activities
So, at That Sassy Life Coach, we thought we would put together a Covid-friendly, fun family orientated Christmas Activity to-do list, to keep both you and the children happy this Christmas (and safe!)
Christmas Activities For The Family
We’re all going to be spending a ton of time together, and indoors this Christmas
Here’s what you can do this 2020: (in no particular order)
1. Decorate Christmas Cookies
Baking cookies over the Festive Season is a great daytime activity to make your home smell delicious and it’s a great way to bond with your children or partner. Before you get started, make sure you have some fun cookie cutters, frostings, and decorations on hand.
2. Have a video call with Santa
Getting to meet Santa is a magical experience for many youngsters during the holiday season. Unfortunately, they might not get to see Father Christmas in person this year — but that doesn’t mean they can’t chat with him on the phone. Download the Santa App on your iPad or iPhone from the App Store
3. Decorate the house as well as the Christmas Tree
We’re all going to spend a lot of time at home this holiday season, so you might as well make your space the winter wonderland of your dreams. Sit down one night and discuss a theme and budget. Then, set a date to make the magic happen!
4. Make a Christmas Face Mask
Let’s be safe AND have some fun this Christmas. Go shopping for some funky and festive material and get sewing! You could even make a game of it, the person who wears the most creative face mask this Christmas, wins something special (and budget friendly)
5. Make funky and memorable Christmas ornaments
The 2020 holiday season is bound to be unique — so why not make an ornament to remember it by? Don’t forget to write the date on the back!
6. Christmas Concert
You don’t need to be a musical family or friend group to have fun belting out holiday tunes during a fun group activity: Christmas karaoke. Take this game up a notch by investing in a karaoke set up or use a hairbrush as a substitute whilst singing along to Youtube lyrics!