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2022 Christmas Bucket List

There are only a couple of days left until December, and in my house that means we’re about to hit activity advent season! We spend the entire month of December soaking up as much Christmas joy as possible, and we have a new Christmas-y activity to do every single day. We use an advent tree, but it’s basically just a Christmas bucket list to help us make sure we don’t miss out on any holiday fun!

As I was beginning to plan our activities for this season’s advent activities, I decided to take our activities (and a few others) and make a little printable Christmas bucket list. It’s for anyone who wants to maximize the season but doesn’t want to commit to a daily activity. This is a great way to get the same effect without worrying about doing something every single day. Because, as fun as it is, it can be exhausting!

So, if you’re looking for ideas of things to do with your family this Christmas season, look no further. You can CLICK HERE to download the printable 2022 Christmas bucket list! There’s also a blank version if you’d like to print it out and write your own activities.

I hope you find this helpful!

2022 Christmas Bucket List

  • Watch a Christmas movie
  • Drink hot cocoa
  • Go look at Christmas lights
  • Go see a Christmas parade
  • Decorate gingerbread houses
  • Bake Christmas cookies
  • Do a random act of kindness
  • Go shopping for gifts
  • Make a popcorn garland
  • Make a treat for the neighbors
  • Donate some toys
  • Decorate Christmas cookies
  • Wrap Christmas gifts
  • Do a Christmas puzzle
  • Wear matching Christmas PJs
  • Have a picnic under the tree
  • Have breakfast for dinner
  • Read a Christmas book
  • Write a letter to Santa
  • Go take a picture with Santa
  • Cut out paper snowflakes
  • Make Christmas ornaments
  • Go on a family date
  • Read the Christmas story in the Bible
  • Mail out Christmas cards
  • Christmas music dance party
  • Kids cook dinner
  • Light a Christmas candle
  • Take a family photo
  • Go ice skating
  • Eat candy canes
  • Hang some mistletoe
  • Do a Christmas craft
  • Play a board game
  • Have a pajama day
  • Make cinnamon rolls
  • Camp under the Christmas tree
  • Visit a nursing home
  • Have a “no screen time” day
  • Volunteer at a shelter
  • Make a treat for local firefighters
  • Do a favor for a friend
  • Make s’mores
  • Snuggle by the fire
  • Go see a Christmas show/concert
  • Host a Christmas party
  • Donate to a local food pantry
  • Make a gift for someone
  • Go Christmas caroling
  • Mail a letter to someone
  • Drink egg nog
  • Buy gifts for your teachers
  • Draw a Christmas picture
  • Make homemade fudge
  • Have a cookie decorating party
  • Go on a family walk
  • Have a marshmallow fight
  • Build a fort by the tree

Need some more Christmas activity ideas?

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