>Gifts Kids Create and Give – Nestle Holiday Exchange Giveaway

>Are your kids creating gifts for giving this Christmas? Today as we continue our Nestle Holiday exchange of ideas to help you this Christmas season I have some simple, useful and fun to give gifts that kids can make.

Hand soap Featuring kids artwork – Click here for instructions from Giver’s Log.

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Recipe Dish Towel – Click here for instructions from Wonder Time

Plaster Hand PrintClick here for instructions from Activity Village

Try these 6 easy homemade gift ideas to bond with your kids during the holiday season from Nestle

1. Make candles Click here for Instructions.

2. Make a unique “candy dish” – Click here for instructions.

3. Make homemade ornaments- Click here for instructions.

4. Create a recipe or candy jar- Click here for Instructions

5. Write a poem

Roses are red, violets are blue, anyone can write a poem, but can you? Poems are easy to write if you just have a little bit of time and imagination. Sit with your child and brainstorm ideas for a holiday poem. We’ll help you get started:

Easy: Try writing an acrostic poem. Ask your child to choose a word, such as holiday, and write it vertically. Each letter will begin another word that describes the holiday.

Example:

H appy faces in our house

O ffer presents to everyone

L ove is all around

I cicles hang from the roof

D ad lights the fire

A ll the beautiful decorations

Y es, it’s the holidays

Intermediate: Try writing a diamante poem. The text forms the shape of a diamond. Ask your child to choose a word, such as winter. Line 1 contains one noun or subject, line 2 contains two adjectives that describe line 1, line 3 contains three -ing words that describe line 1, line 4 contains four nouns – the first two are connected with line 1; the last two are connected with line 7, line 5 contains three -ing words that describe line 7, line 6 contains two adjectives that describe line 7, and line 7 contains one noun antonym for the subject.

Example:

Challenging: Try writing a shape poem. Ask your child to choose a word, such as snowman. Then, make a simple outline of that shape or object. Next, brainstorm a minimum of ten words and phrases that describe that word. Be sure you place those words in the shape of your object.

Example:

6. Spread the holiday cheerClick here for instructions

Share a favorite homemade gift that you’ve received or an idea for a homemade gift that your kids can give.

As we continue our Nestle Holiday exchange here at 24/7 MOMS we want to help you get started creating gifts with your kid with our fabulous Giveaway of amazing Nestle products and even a Joanne fabric and craft store gift certificate to pay for your needed supplies.

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US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on December 19, 2010.

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Stop by my fellow Blogger moms sites and see their fun Holiday Exchange ideas as well oh,Amanda,

Southern Plate, The Mommy Files and Supermom Central they have great giveaways going on as well.

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*This is a sponsored post from Nestle. The opinions in this post are entirely my own. This post has not been reviewed or edited by anyone.

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