I need to share an extremely fun thought for a movement or art that you can do with your kids this Christmas season. Making a Gingerbread house is a longstanding convention for Christmas season. The formation of the Gingerbread houses originated from Europe; principally from Germany, Scandinavia, and different nations.
Gingerbread is a heated sweet bread as a rule containing ginger and once in a while cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, cardamom and anise, and improved with any mix of darker sugar, molasses, light or dull corn syrup, or nectar. It very well may be made into pretty much any shape and is additionally found in Sweden and Norway as dainty treats called Pepperkakor in Norway, or Pepparkakor in Sweden. On the off chance that you live close to an Ikea in the US, you can frequently discover them. The treats have an unmistakable taste and the children love them.