pictures of last year's snowflakes. I'd still recommend this as a fun activity for winter or Christmas.
Here are a few other favorite posts from around the blogosphere with some Christmas ideas—
Peppermint Play Dough (PreK + K Sharing): I love to make play dough, but I have not made any peppermint play dough. I think this would be a great sensory experience...or a great gift for kids.
Handmade Pine Tree Holiday Cards (Frugal Family Fun Blog): These are so simple and so cute. I think a batch of these would be fun for kids to make...or for an adult to make to send to kids.
Christmas Bow Magnetic Play (Teach Preschool): Everything that Deborah has been doing with her class this month has be fun and inspiring to me. I love the idea of magnetic play with bows. Don't you just have a stash of used bows that you didn't want to toss? Now you have a use for them!
Christmas Door (Getting Messy with Ms Jessi): I love the idea of creating a handprint tree without all the stress of putting hands in the "right place." And I can see this idea translate into lots of other applications, too - not just Christmas trees.
Paint Chip Ornaments (StrongStart): Another simple idea with few resources. Kids could make them as gifts to give...or these would make fun gifts or bag tags for kids.
There are a lot of great ideas all over this year. I just don't have time to do them all!