The other side has the rest of the numbers.
Day 1: Our Elf on the Shelf Charlie will reappear with a breakfast from the North Pole for the boys.
Day 2: We are donating some new toys to a toy drive that a local news station has.
Day 3: Read Story of Christmas book.
Day 4: Talk about Mary using Nativity.
Day 5: Talk about the angel Gabriel using Nativity.
Day 6: Talk about Joseph using Nativity.
Day 7: Go visit Santa at Nana's work.
Day 8: Talk about the Stable using Nativity.
Day 9: Live Nativity with Mimi and Scooter.
Day 10: Felt Christmas Tree Activity.
Day 11: Go look at Christmas Lights.
Day 12: Talk about the North Star using the Nativity.
Day 13: Lighted Christmas Parade.
Day 14: Talk about the Wise Men using Nativity.
Day 15: Talk about all of the animals using Nativity.
Day 16: Spend the night with Nana.
Day 17: Christmas Crafts.
Day 18: Watch Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
Day 19: Make Gingerbread Playdough.
Day 20: Donate Clothes to Salvation Army.
Day 21: Read Llama Llama Holiday Drama.
Day 22: Make Fudge.
Day 23: Bake Cookies for Santa.
Day 24: Read The Night Before Christmas.
Day 25: Talk about the manger and baby Jesus.
Here is a site I found that has toddler friendly ways to explain Christmas through a religious perspective.
Who knows if we will get to do everything but that's the plan.
How do you help your kids countdown for Christmas?
The fabulous parties I am linking up to:
Organize and Decorate Everything
Crystal and Co.
House of Hepworths
Tatertots and Jello
Be Different Act Normal
I Heart Naptime
A Bowl Full of Lemons
Let Birds Fly
Fingerprints on the Fridge