The Ultimate Holiday Bucket List! + Free Printable (Christmas Break Boredom Buster!)

The holiday season – and Christmas break – is in full swing around here, and if your house is anything like mine, a bit of affordable (or free!) fun is in order! To help bring in some holiday spirit I’ve enlisted Mary (our Social Media Manager) to bring to you a list of the ultimate Fun, Cheap, and even FREE Holiday Bucket List activities to keep you and your family celebrating all month long! And don’t worry, we even have it in a free printable for you so you can make it an official Holiday checklist!

Side note, if you don’t follow me on Pinterest, you probably should! I have a board dedicated to Christmas, and Holidays. It’s full of goodies that you don’t want to miss. Now without further adieu, take it away Mary!

Thanks, Jordan!

The holiday season is my favorite time of year! There’s something magical about lights, music and of course, time spent with family and friends. With so many parties and events it can be a busy time of year. This list helps our family not miss any of our favorite holiday activities and I hope it will help you too!

1. Christmas light scavenger hunt
2. Decorate sugar cookies

3. Build a gingerbread house
4. Host a gift exchange
5. Find a local production of The Nutcracker
6. Drink Hot Cocoa
7. Build a snowman
8. Watch a Christmas movie (aff link to VidAngel)
9. Volunteer with a local organization
10. Make dough ornaments
11. Go ice skating
12. Write a letter to Santa
13. Sing Christmas carols
14. Make paper snowflakes

15. Play holiday charades
16. String popcorn
17. Read Christmas stories
18. Lay under the Christmas tree
19. Do random acts of kindness
20. Dance to holiday music
21. Kiss under the mistletoe
22. Visit Santa
23. Make an ugly sweater
24. Look at holiday decorations at the mall
25. Spend time with family

Get your free printable HERE 

Thanks Mary!! That is an amazing list of fun…I can’t wait to do them! 

What are some of your favorite holiday activities? Do you have any special traditions? Share with me in the comments below!


Happy Holidays!


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