Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Python Printables Christmas Pack Review

Can you believe today is December 1? Wow! Seems like it was just yesterday that I was sweating it out while operating the lawn mower and today I’m in a turtleneck (which is driving me bananas) and boots! Time sure does fly!

I had intended to take some photos of my Christmas decorations for you, as was the suggestion of my friend Candy; but, I was lazy last night and didn’t take any. Then this morning I was rushing around and didn’t have time and I also didn’t want you all to see the mounds of dog hair on the floor since I hadn’t vacuumed in like 12 hours. So, I have every intention of taking some photos tonight to share with you tomorrow or Friday – provided I’m not high on pain medication. The foot surgery is tomorrow if you remember.

Instead, today, I’m presenting you with another Python Printables Review. This one is for the Python Printables Christmas Package which has over 70 printable games and activities for you and your friends and family to enjoy during the holiday season. It retails for $19.95, which means you will be paying less than 28 cents per game! Plus, you can print as many as you want or need once you purchase!

The Christmas Package comes with trivia games for specific and general holiday movies, including one each for Charlie Brown and A Christmas Story. There are also trivia games for the kids as well as drawing games. The pack also comes with holiday mad libs (my favorite), including a mad lib song sheet which is sure to bring a lot of laughter to your holiday gathering. This set also includes some thank you notes that would be good for children to send as well as a letter from Santa. Personally I don’t know why there’s a letter from Santa as I’m pretty sure he can take care of that type of thing himself, but what do I know? There are games and activities for both Christmas and New Years Eve and there are activities for both young and old. I plan to print some of these out and take with me while I’m recouping at my parents’ house; hopefully we can play a few of these and I’m sure they may use a few of them at their upcoming church party as well.

These Python Printable games are a great way for families to spend time together in the days leading up to Christmas and New Years and a good way to keep the children occupied so that they aren’t snooping around for their presents! If you are looking for some fun activities to do around the house while waiting for that jolly old fellow to show up then try Python Printables! I think you will be pleased with the games and it will provide you with hours of entertainment.

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Erika said...

Hope you're surgery goes well tomorrow!

Sara said...

Hope your sugery goes well. We will be thinking about you and praying for your recovery!

Kimberly Washer said...

These sound SOOO much fun!! I am still that kid you have keep occupied so I don't snoop for the presents. But if my mom doesn't get them wrapped in time I know where she hides them. You think she would learn by now :).