Thanks to library playgroup, we've been elbow deep in making Christmas crafts for the holiday season. So far, we've made a Christmas tree out of a toilet paper roll, 6 pieces of an egg carton, paint, sequins and glitter. A Christmas star out of popsicle sticks, paint and glitter. And Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer out of popsicle sticks and foam pieces.
My house will be overflowing this year with festive handmade crafts, worth more than any decor I could buy at a store.
The holiday season is upon us and to celebrate, every week at playgroup is a new craft for the kids to make for Christmas. All the crafts, music and story time and activities are Christmas themed to get the kids ready and excited for the holiday.
The library program ends in November, just in time for kids to go on summer break. For our group however, this is the very last year the kids will participate in the early stimulation program, which is a bittersweet moment for me. My son started the program at 6 months of age and we have rarely missed a day. The program has been so beneficial for us in so many ways and I am sad that this will be the last year we can participate. All the kids will graduate with a formal ceremony the first week in December and so I am soaking up all the program has to offer in these last few weeks before it all comes to an end.
Maharana Udai Singh II
1 year ago