Meaning and Magic: Holiday and Winter Activities
Whether you send them in the mail or attach them to each present, Christmas cards add a personal touch that will be cherished for years to come. Try these five DIY Christmas card ideas for a heartfelt and creative holiday activity. Read More
For those of you looking for some holiday inspiration, check out five of our favorite DIY Christmas gifts, decorations, and displays to bring the holidays into your home. Read More
If you live somewhere that receives snow, building snow forts and having snowball fights are some of the most fun outdoor activities. Keep your winter season filled with meaning and magic rather than avoidable accidents by following these winter safety tips. Read More
Learn about the “jolly old elf’s” origins and also about different versions of Santa and Christmas around the world. Read More
We’ve gathered a few of our favorite holiday recipes, from meals to warm everyone up on a cold winter’s night to simple but exciting party platters, and everyone’s favorite holiday indulgence-cookies! Read More
We picked five of our favorite holiday movies and then asked our readers to pick their favorites, to compile this list of the 10 best holiday movies. Read More
Try some of these fun and educational holiday activities with your kids to keep busy and learning all season long. Read More
If you’re looking to teach your kids some great classics of the season, YouTube is a fantastic resource. Read More
There are so many great activities for you and your family to participate in this time of year, so we rounded up ten of our favorite educational holiday kids crafts, broken down by educational subject, so there’s something for every interest. Read More
Check out these 11 winter break activities to keep kids engaged and learning, without it seeming like a chore. Read More
Be sure to share which winter activities your family enjoyed together!
Sarah Mills is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff. She mentored and instructed kindergarten through high school-aged students throughout her college years and eventually went on to live and work in Yosemite National Park for a stint. Reading, writing, adventuring, and anything Harry Potter are some of Sarah’s favorite go-to activities.