December 2020 Amazing Activities


  1. I spy… something sparkly! What sparkly things can your child see around them?
  2. What are three things your child likes about winter?
  3. Do 20 jumping jacks with your child.
  4. How many different words can your child come up with using the letters in “December”?
  5. What is your child’s favorite month and why?
  6. Do 30 minutes of quiet reading time with your child.
  7. Letter writing day! Write a letter with your child to someone special in their life.
  8. Paint a holiday card with your child. Can you paint a colorful Christmas tree or Hanukkah menorah?
  9. Tell your child about a  time when you accomplished something big!
  10. The 10th is the first night of Hanukkah!
  11. I spy… something crinkly! What crinkly things can your child see around them?
  12. How many different countries can your child name?
  13. Ice Cream Day! What is your child’s favorite flavor of ice cream and why?
  14. Do 20 sit-ups with your child!
  15. How many words can your child think of that rhyme with “snow”?
  16. What is something your child is excited about and why?
  17. Science fun! What colors might you see in the Pacific Ocean?
  18. What’s your child’s favorite holiday song?
  19. Tell your child something you admire about them. What’s something they admire about you?
  20. Have a ten minute dance party with your child!
  21. Today is the shortest day of the year, a.k.a. the Winter Solstice!
  22. What are your child’s favorite holiday foods?
  23. What is your favorite holiday memory you can tell your child?
  24. Christmas Eve. Have your child help prepare something for tomorrow.
  25. Christmas Day! What is your child’s favorite thing about this holiday?
  26. I spy… something pink! What pink things can your child see around them?
  27. Science fun! What animals have big teeth?
  28. What colors do you get when you mix red and white?
  29. Do ten push-ups with your child.
  30. What words rhyme with “year”?
  31. New Year’s Eve! What is a goal your child can accomplish in 2021?
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