In today’s post I am showing you how you can put together a kids Christmas activity table. With just a couple of things (some of which are even generic) I was able to pull this table together.Kids Christmas Activity Table Let me start by sharing the individual place setting. At each setting I put a green and white polka dot paper plate. I kept the plates and table cover pretty generic because I wanted the activities to pop. Another thing I added to each place setting was a play pack. Each play pack has crayons, stickers, and an activity book.Kids Christmas Activity TableFor drinkware I pulled out my favorite milk bottles and I added a festive candy cane paper straw to them. Next to the milk bottles I put a 3D paper Christmas tree. The Christmas trees have decorations on them that the kids can color in with the crayons from their play pack.Kids Christmas Activity TableFor this table I didn’t add a centerpiece because the activities took up quite some room on my small kids table. If you use a big table and have space for a centerpiece I would suggest placing ornaments in a clear container and setting it at the middle of the table. Then on the side of the main centerpiece in small containers you can add additional craft supplies for the kids to use.

I hope this table has served as inspiration for your own kids Christmas activity table. Happy holidays!  Kids Christmas Activity Table

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