The holiday season is upon us whether we like it or not! For the most part kids and parents everywhere are looking forward to the day when classes are released for a long winter break. But no matter how much everyone looks forward to the vacation, its always inevitable that 5 days of “I’m bored” can be heard down the halls and from bedrooms everywhere. Keep the kids occupied with these 10 Fun, Winnie the Pooh Crafts and Activities to do over Holiday break.
These cute 3D Disney Winnie the Pooh & Tigger Cookie cutters (only $1.99 with FREE shipping!) could be used to make a holiday garland for your christmas tree!
Who doesn’t love some fun Origami? Learn how to make this adorable Hunny Pot with step by step instructinos from Craftyville.
This activity from Disney Family is a few pots of fun in one. First, create your very own hunny pots to store crafting supplies like Crayons and Scissors. Then it’s easy to turn your pots into a color matching game with some wooden chips. Paint the chips and add thumbprint bees – then ask kids sort them into corresponding honey pots!
How fun is this Name Sign with Winnie the Pooh and Piglet dangling? It reminds me of some of the classic text from our beloved Winnie the Pooh books and DVDs.
Is there a little rumbly in your tumbly? Try This Delicious Bumble Bee Cookie Recipe for a fun treat!
This Winnie the Pooh paper plate craft from Zujava is super easy for little fingers to manage.
If you’re into the timeless craft of friendship bracelet making, this super cute Santa Winnie the Pooh friendship bracelet pattern may be just the thing you need to finish up some handmade Christmas presents!
It’s hard to go wrong with printable coloring sheets.
Pooh and his pals are waiting for you in the Hundred Acre Wood, so get in on the fun with this printable playset! It would be fun to give the play set a holiday feel by creating Santa Hats for Pooh and Friends or Christmas ornaments for the trees.
Etsy seller Floral Blossom sells these really fun patterns for Pooh and Friends finger puppets. In addition to the puppets you could create an entire stage out of an old shoe box.
Idea: Add a ribbon to this (hot glue should work) and turn them into fun tree ornaments!
Last but certainly not least, cuddle up on the couch to watch Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year. “It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but Rabbit will only discover the true spirit of the season after his pals make misguided New Year’s resolutions to change – with hilarious and heartfelt results!” You can pick up the movie before holiday break because it was just released on November 5th!