There are some utterly genius people out there who have come up with some awesome Christmas fun online. From NORAD to turning yourself into an elf, there is a lot of fun to be had online in the lead up to Christmas.
Pull up a chair, pour yourself some tea and haul your kids on to the sofa, and enjoy the pick of the best Christmas websites that I have found.
This site may not be the prettiest site on the web, but the idea is really cute. You can write to Santa Claus and he will respond! Admit to your year of naughtiness and hope that he might forgive you, play trivia games and get in on the countdown to Christmas.
Tell me the title alone isn’t enough to make you start sniggering. This website has been created to show all the houses that have the absolute worst Christmas lights ever. We have all seen lights in our neighbour hood that make us cringe so take a look as some of the worst. Enjoy clicking through their collection in the impressive archive. These are genuinely funny.
…in any language you can pretty much think of. From Afrikaans to Yoruba, this website has most languages for you. You can just copy and paste the language of your choice into their Christmas cards, or just write it out yourself. See how many ways you can learn to say Merry Christmas.
One of the most heart warming stories around – the Christmas of 1914 where enemy troops came together in no-mans-land to share Christmas. This website offers an account of the event and goes into excellent detail. Educational, fascinating and heart warming, it is well worth reading. After you have read it you will see where Sainsbury’s got there inspiration from for there Christmas advert this year.
The sire is all things Christmas, it covers the festive spirit in abundance. There are games, recipes, music, gifts, and a special kids section and every part of the website Is full of Christmas cheer. If your inner Grinch has come out this year, this site will have you drinking mulled wine singing along in no time at all.
All Recipes.com have an entire web section dedicated to the food that surrounds Christmas. Just looking at the landing page has made my mouth water..Plum Bread, roast duck, apple pies…the list goes on and on. You will even find a section on Christmas Breakfast ideas. It all looks extremely yummy.
While we’re on the subject of food, why not take a look at this site, there are lots of annoying adverts on the website but they also have more cookies than you can ever imagine.. From no-bake cookies to refrigerator cookies and more – there is something here for everyone, even people like me who really cannot bake!
This is a great website that’s packed with Christmas craft ideas.. You can make angels and stars and all sorts of cool Christmas crafts using stuff that’s lying about at home. I love this site and have got some great ideas of things to do with E this month.
Apparently this is the official website of Christmas. It’s certainly fun with lots of cool stuff to enjoy! Take a look and relax, it’s time to open the mince pies. Yum!
This is hilarious, educational and brilliant. The ever popular site How Stuff Works decided to explain exactly how Christmas works, definitely worth a read.