Now that it’s November, is it too early for Christmas music? Last year, I think everyone started Christmas in October as a desperate attempt to make 2020 go away so they could reset in 2021. Do you hear what I hear or is that just me playing Christmas music?

This year, October truly was the Pumpkin Spice and Halloween month, but now that it’s November are you playing Christmas music yet, or are you waiting until after Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) or for the first day of December?

Well, I do know that it’s NOT too early to start thinking about what you are going to do for Christmas and how you are going to celebrate the holidays. Last year, everyone was planning for a Zoom Christmas and contact-free activities. This year, while still planning to be safe, we’re opening our doors to more friends and family members.

Last year, I created a Christmas workbook. It was designed with Zoom parties in mind. This year, I revamped that Christmas workbook. You can still use it for Zoom parties if needed but how much more fun will it be to play Christmas games together?

Making Christmas Memories is about creating a meaningful and fun holiday with children. There is a calendar to guide you through the month with a combination of easy activities like coloring sheets and crossword puzzles, along with decorating, cookie baking days, recipes, and crafts.

There are days that focus on gratitude, Christmas movies, driving around to look at Christmas lights, and games for Christmas parties. This year’s update includes games to play for that special New Year’s Eve party if you’re hosting the children this year and even photo booth props for New Year’s Eve.

Making Christmas Memories is normally $10.00 but from now through Cyber Monday, get it for half off. But you’ll want to get it before Cyber Monday because the calendar actually starts that Sunday, November 28th.