Kid-Friendly Christmas Party: Planning Without the Chaos

Kid-Friendly Christmas Party: Planning Without the Chaos
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This post is sponsored by Red Baron but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

The holiday season is upon us now, as is the chaos that follows closely behind. As a mother of 3, I am always trying to figure out ways to lessen the chaos. Here is how to plan a kid-friendly Christmas party without the chaos.

Deciding on those guests.

As with any party, decide on how many guests you are wanting to invite. This way you can better judge your supply needs for the party. Once you have the list under wraps, it is time to start planning those fun activities!

Ornament making.

You can’t have a Christmas party without making ornaments. Well, maybe you can but it won’t be as much fun! You can pick up these plastic ornament bulbs at about any craft or retail store. You can fill them with glitter, sequins or small pom poms. So much fun! Painting the outside of these ornaments is also an option.

Letters to Santa.

This is one of my most favorite things to do with my kids at Christmas, write letters to Santa. You can just see their imaginations in action when they start writing these letters. Plus it is an easy list for me to choose a few gifts from!

It is so easy to put together a letter writing activity. You can pick up a kit like the one we used or just use basic notebook or printer paper and a few envelopes. My kids wanted to add a little bit of artwork to their letters, which made them even better.

Using that craft paper.

I love craft paper. You can use it for so much: wrapping presents, art work, and even as a table cloth. Using it as a table cloth helps with a faster and easier cleanup, but also gives the kids a place to color and doodle while they are sitting at the table.

Mealtime made easy with Red Baron.

Mealtime can be stressful for some of us parents when it comes to our kids. Having something that is not only kid-approved but easy is a huge plus for me. Red Baron makes this process a breeze! I picked up our Red Baron pizzas while out grabbing the supplies for our party. My son will only eat Red Baron pizza. Honestly refuses most other pizzas unless it comes home in the well-known Red Baron pizza box!

It was no question that we were having Red Baron pizza at our Christmas Party. It is ready within 20-25 minutes. The pizza cooled off while the kids finished up their Christmas activities. Then it was time to eat! You can pick up Red Baron pizza at just about any where and eliminate that chaos that comes with this holiday season. Click to find where —> Red Baron

 

Wishing you all a less chaotic, very Merry Christmas!

 



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