- Get your friends together to string popcorn and cranberries while watching vivified kid’s works of art like A Charlie Brown Christmas and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
- Get your childhood group to make a living nativity scene one night a week before your church.
- For a few laughs and a ton of fun, get together with friends to look at each other’s family photographs from past Christmases.
- From a kazoo band and go caroling—no singing permitted!
- Heap the family in the car and drive around your town looking at Christmas lights.
- Drop unknown notes on your teachers’ desk expressing gratitude toward them for imparting their gift of teaching to you. You might need to incorporate a message about the best gift of all, Jesus!
- Make your own particular imaginative wrapping paper utilizing butcher paper and festive stamps.
- Make a nativity scene from snow; on the off chance that you live close to a sunny beach, sand-sculpt the nativity scene.
- Check with your nearby animal shelter and check whether you and your friends can give the animals their baths. Convey red and green ribbon to give them bows when you’re done.
- Go to your church one evening when nobody else is there. Convey a single candle to light and sit in the hush, enjoying the tranquility of the season. (Make certain you’ve cleared this with some people on the church staff.)
- Snatch your kin for a fun day of looking for your parents. After you’ve bought the gifts, locate a decent place to sit and watch people. Attempt and think about whom they’re shopping for and what they purchased.
- Make hot cocoa for your grandmother or grandpa. Ask them about Christmases past and their most loved traditions.
- Attempt an occasion formula from an alternate culture, similar to Mexican wedding treats or Norwegian lefse.
- Make a mixed tape of commonplace Christmas carols sung by acclaimed musical artists and have a contest to see who can guess whose singing; grant the tape to one who gets the most right.
- Read the Christmas story (Matthew 1 and Luke 2:1-20) several times before Christmas; write down some new bits of knowledge God gives you as you read.
- Offer free babysitting for a bustling mother in your church while she goes shopping.
- Give out candy canes at school with a little note that clarifies where this tradition originated from—to speak to the staff of the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ; the red is his blood; the white is the virtue of Christ.
- Turn off of the lights and read ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” by candlelight.
- Get your childhood group to clean your pastor’s or youth pastor’s home while they unwind with their most loved Christmas collection.
- Volunteer to be a Salvation Army bell ringer. Offer candy to youthful youngsters who drop money in the basin.
- Keep a diary of all your most loved Christmas memories from this year so you can say thanks to God for everyone and remember them next Christmas!