Get your kids involved in setting the holiday table by having them gather egg corns, pinecones, chestnuts, leaves and little branches outside. Then, take what they’ve brought you and together create a festive and natural holiday centerpiece on the table. Have your child[ren] set the table and write placards. This gives them a chance to express themselves creatively with nature and gets you off the hook for decorating!
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