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Happy Holidays on Play.Nintendo

Happy Holidays on Play.Nintendo

The holidays are here and Nintendo has some fun activities in store to keep kids busy over the break! Nintendo has added some amusing holiday- and winter-themed activities that are now live on Play.Nintendo, the official Nintendo site for kids, including a cute Nintendo ornament and wreath to make.

Check out Play.Nintendo and you’ll learn how to:

  • Add color to your tree with fun templates for ornaments that feature your favorite Nintendo games and characters.
  • Discover tips & tricks to add some holiday flavor to Nintendo games, including Super Mario MakerAnimal Crossing: New Leaf and Yoshi’s Woolly World.
  • Use the fun templates to “tag your swag “with Nintendo-themed gift tags.
  • Show your love for Super Mario on your front door with a cute and easy guide to make a Mario-themed wreath.
  • Figure out which game is best for you — are you more of an inkling in Splatoon or a builder in Super Mario Maker?


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6 Responses to “Happy Holidays on Play.Nintendo”

  1. Cheryl says:

    I’m more of a builder in Super Mario Maker.

  2. Angela Saver says:

    I love the idea of the Nintendo-themed gift tags! We are big Nintendo fans!

  3. Stephanie Larison says:

    This is cute, my daughter would be into it since she loves playing Mario.

  4. paige jagan says:

    Thank you for this! I was just looking for some things to keep the kids entertained for the last few days of winter break and this is perfect!

  5. Hollie Jahnke says:

    Our family would be more of a builder in Super Mario Maker.

  6. Trish F says:

    My kids love Nintendo when they were young, they are both grown now so it just goes to show what staying power they have.

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