Calling all you room moms out there (or anyone throwing a party for the kiddos this holiday season)!! We have fun and simple party ideas for you that the kiddos will love. These Kid’s Christmas Class Party Ideas are so simple to put together and this time of year simple is the goal.
Cup Cozy Craft and Hot Chocolate Bar:
How fun are these cup cozies? And this couldn’t be a simpler craft to put together. We let our kiddos give it a try and they absolutely loved it!
- Hot Cups with Lids
- Corrugated Card Stock
- Template for the Cup Cozy
- Googly Eyes
- Pom Poms
- Pipe Cleaners
- Foam Shape Cut Outs (We Found Pre-made Packages at Hobby Lobby but any Craft Store will Have Them)
Print the template we provide (Template for the Cup Cozy), trace, and cut out the cup cozy. If you think the kiddos are old enough, they can cut out their own.
We used hot glue to attach the cup cozy to the cup. Glue dots would work great too. Aren’t these little guys so cute!?
Once the cups are decorated, let the kiddos build a perfect cup of hot chocolate at a hot chocolate bar!! So yummy and they will love adding in their hot chocolate favorites!
Hot Chocolate Bar Supplies:
- Hot Chocolate
- Torani Drink Flavorings
- Whip Cream
- Pepperidge Farms Rolled Wafers
- Candy Canes
How fun is this hot chocolate bar?! We suggest reading Christmas stories while the children enjoy their hot chocolate (we have ideas with links to some books at the end of our post)!
Don’t Eat Pete Printable Christmas Game:
- Don’t Eat Pete Printable Christmas Game Board
- Candy, Marshmallows, Gold Fish (anything to fill in the spots on the board)
How to Play:
Cover each character with the candy (or whatever food you brought to use). Choose one person to be “It”, and send them out of the room. The rest of the group chooses which character to be “Pete.” The “It” person comes back and starts to eat the candy off the board in whatever order they want. When they reach to grab the “Pete” all the other players yell “DON’T EAT PETE” and that “It” person isn’t it anymore. Choose and new “It” and repeat until all the children have had a turn to be “It.”
Have Fun Throwing Your Party!
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