Christmas bucket list [Printable pdf included]

My printable resources have proved to be extremely popular especially my summer and autumn bucket lists and so I thought I would share my Christmas bucket list with you all today!

These are things I like to do for our own family each season to help gather ideas of what we all might like to do and as a way of ensuring that we actually do things.

The Christmas list does contain a lot of baking and making as crafts are something my three children love to do and when the weather is cold and horrible outside, staying in and getting festively glittered seems like the appropriate thing to do!!

There are also a lot of 'feel-good' activities on there - Christmas is a time for giving after all.
Last year the children took treats to the local dog shelter and they really thrived on that lovely warm fuzzy feeling inside, knowing that they had done something good.

And there most favourite gifts to give are homemade ones to people who might not expect it, like to our elderly neighbour and to the old man & his dog who we see every day on the way to school and have a little chat with.

So carrying on with this theme and really encouraging that kind natured side of the children, this year we have added in singing carols at the local care home, taking hot drinks to the homeless and to donate old (but good!) toys to children less fortunate (which also encourages them to have a much needed bedroom sort out before Christmas!!)

Here is ours!

If you like it, you can download and print a copy for free HERE.

Or you could of course just use this as inspiration to get together and make your own....

What would you add to your own list?

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