I wish you all a merry Christmas, Hanukkah or whatever your celebrate. Thank you so much for being part of our community.
This year has been a great year for ActiveKidsClub.com and we happily continue to spread the importance of getting kids and adults outdoors and how much fun is it.
This year we have grown our brand to include safety reflectors for kids and adults. Advocating for getting kids and adults outside in their communities also includes making sure our kids are safe outdoors especially this time of year. Creating my own line of safety reflectors was important to me because I wanted them for my family and could not find any stylish safety reflectors in Canada. I hope you too will enjoy ActiveKidsclub.com safety reflectors which are distributed in 11 stores in Toronto and sold online.
We are headed to my extended family in Florida and looking forward to a Christmas in the sun and swimming with the manatees. You can read about how we celebrate Christmas outdoors in Florida here.
I wish you and your family a wonderful holiday and a wonderful New Year!
Be inspired to get outside by these outdoor families
Rhonda celebrates her Christmas in cottage in Ontario.
Tanya tells you how you can celebrate an outdoor Christmas.
As always I have few simple outdoor ideas for you incase you need them.
Create ice art if it is cold enough where you are
Color a snow angel
Make Christmas cookies for the birds
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Kari Svenneby is the founder and CEO of ActiveKidsClub.com, a grass roots community helping connect children and adults to the outdoors by providing simple and creative ways to get outside through play, cooking and lifestyle. She is also an entrepreneur of her own line of European style Safety Reflectors. ActiveKidsClub.com's safety reflectors are distrubuted to stores in Toronto and sold online.
Kari is also an advocate and public speaker about outdoor play and has been mentioned in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Backpacker Magazine and many more for her work to get kids and adults outside.