These crafts and activities will add light and color to your holiday season! Brighten up your dull winter days with these 25 Christmas Light Crafts and Activities For Kids! You’ll have a brilliant time working on these together, and what a great way to spend these cooler days indoors. Enjoy!
25 Christmas Light Crafts And Activities For Kids
This string of Christmas lights was made with chalk and stencils!
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Your toddler will love exploring a twinkly cave made of Christmas lights!
This fingerprint Christmas light craft makes a fun Christmas keepsake!
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If you want to decorate your windows with some holiday cheer, a Christmas light suncatcher would be just the thing!
This Christmas light scavenger hunt will make looking at lights even more fun!
You can repurpose Christmas lights into a DIY light table!
Candy Christmas lights– what a yummy holiday snack!
If you’re looking for a unique advent calendar, try one made out of Christmas lights!
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Add a bit of glimmer to your child’s play space with rope lights!
Bring the campsite indoors with this pretend fire pit!
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These alphabet Christmas lights are totally safe for bath time fun!
This simple sponge stamping craft is perfect for a little holiday fun!
Your kids will have a blast making these mini Christmas tree night lights!
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This Christmas light slime makes a great holiday sensory activity!
Toilet paper rolls make great stamps for this Christmas light art!
These ice luminaries are so fun to make and look gorgeous out in the yard!
These light up snowman jugs are adorable decorations that you can make with your kids and use as lights for later winter nights.
Color matching lights are fun on this magnetic play board. Kids are going to love sorting the colors and matching!
This yarn reindeer ball is all tangled up in Christmas lights and makes for such an adorable ornament or decoration.
These pipe cleaner trees light up with Christmas lights and make great winter luminaries.
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Check out this awesome Christmas light science experiment. Kids are going to love learning how the light comes to life.
L is for lights and your littles are going to love learning about lights and all sorts of other Christmas L words.
Babies experience everything as new, and these lights are no exception. Make tummy time more fun with this light up jar.
These Christmas fairy jars are beautiful as decorations around the house, and your kids will love waiting for the fairies.
Use pony beads to count with lights and make Christmas math even more fun! You can even color match for an added learning tool.
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