For today’s advent activity, encourage them to make a list of all the things they already have which they are thankful for.
Today for your advent activity, why not do something nice for a neighbor? I’ve listed a few ideas below. Add your own ideas.
The annual Festival of Lessons and Carols at our kid’s grade school made me think about how Christmas carols can help us think about the coming of Christ
Christmas is getting closer. Take a breather from the worry of getting ready for Christmas and let the spirit of advent visit your family.
It is time to start thinking about Christmas gifts for the kids’ teachers. In addition to gift cards, the kids make small homemade gifts for them also.
God made a beautiful world for us and we should enjoy it together even when it is cold! So do some outdoor activities as a family
Today, say a simple Advent prayer service together. It doesn’t need to be lengthy. In fact, with very young children, shorter is sometimes better.
For today’s advent activity, make some votive candle holders. These votive candle holders are easy enough to make that all of the members of your family can help, no matter what their age.
In this video, Sr. Therese Marie explains that the Immaculate Conception is an act of mercy.
A good deeds chain is a simple paper chain, but you must do a good deed for each piece of paper you add. Make a long chain this advent!