Looking to keep your tot's hands busy as you frantically wrap pressies? Grab two sheets of paper, write 'Big' on one and 'Small' on the other, and give your child a stash of those ribbon gift-bow thingys in two sizes (big ones and small one, as you may have guessed). Easy-Peasy-Mac-and-Cheesy!
If you want to make it a bit easier for your child, have the big ones in one colour and the small ones in another. Or, conversely, make all the bows the same colour to make it a little bit trickier. I used two different colours for Eden, but only because they were the only ones I had on hand.
A little side note: when you write words on paper for your child, whether it's 'big' and 'small' like for this activity, or it's just their name on a painting, write on the top left corner. Doing so helps to prime them for future reading skills; in English, we read left to right and top to bottom.