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Having a digital Christmas (December 2020)

We might not all be able to get together in big groups this year. Lots of us are getting ready to have a ‘digital Christmas’, so we wanted to share our top tips with you about what you can do  to still make it special.

Get everyone together online
Think about what your favourite festive traditions are, and schedule in some time with your family where you can do  them online. You could all come online to cook your Christmas meal or watch the same festive movie at the same time.

Play online games
A big part of Christmas for many people is playing games,  from charades through to Pictionary. This year, you could play these games online, so that you can all still have a fun activity to do together. 

Make something 
Taking the time to make something can be great for our mental health. Spend some time during the day knitting, drawing, or whatever takes your fancy! You could even send it as a present to a loved one too, to let them know you’re thinking of them. 

Listen to Christmas music
Things might feel a little quieter than usual, so why not put  on some of your favourite Christmas songs to play in the background, or have a dance around the kitchen!

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