Inside: Check out this amazing collection of fun, free Christmas printables that you can use with your toddlers and preschoolers. Perfect when you need to put together a quick activity!
Free! Who doesn’t like to get something free? When I shared my 67 free printable activities for preschoolers post, it took off like crazy. So then I put together a collection of free fall printables. That, too, became popular as soon as I hit the publish button! So, guess what I put together for Christmas?
Come on, you see it coming…. free Christmas printables for toddlers and preschoolers.
I’ve categorized them for easy access.
Simply choose which areas you want to work on, download the printable, and have some Christmas fun!
Free Christmas Printables for Toddlers and Preschoolers
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Christmas Placemats: Let your little ones color these placemats for Christmas dinner! (Sunny Day Family)
Paper Angel Craft: Looking for something quick and easy to make today? Try this angel craft! (Red Ted Art)
Christmas Fortune Catchers: Kids will love to make these and play with them! (Red Ted Art)
Design a Tree: Color and design your own Christmas Tree. (In the Playroom)
Left-to-Right Pages: Move your writing tool from left to right, following the straight and curved lines.
Bell Cutting Cards: Work on fine motor while strengthening scissor skills.
Christmas Lacing Cards: Explore basic shapes and fine motor skills while lacing each card. (Red Ted Art)
12 Days of Christmas Dot Marker Pages: These would make nice Christmas countdown pages, too! (3 Dinosaurs)
Christmas Puzzles: Have your preschoolers help cut on the lines for extra fine motor fun! (Simple Fun for Kids)
Mommy and Me Christmas Coloring Pages: Two levels of difficulty! (Twitchetts)
Christmas-Themed Tracing Worksheets: Strengthen fine motor skills during quiet time. (Powerful Mothering)
Shape Tracing: Follow the Christmas lights to make shapes. (3 Dinosaurs)
Printable Advent Calendar: Mark off the days until Christmas day! (Fun-a-Day)
Advent Calendar Coloring Page: Color one square a day or color them all in the same day and use stickers as you countdown to Christmas. (Simple Fun for Kids)
Gross Motor Christmas Bingo: This can be done inside or outside, with a group or individually. (The Inspired Treehouse)
Santa Says: This would be a fun large motor game for circle time or a kids’ Christmas party. (The Resourceful Mama)
Gingerbread Man Color Sorting: Work on color sorting skills with this hands-on gingerbread man activity. Can be used as a table activity, for circle time, or for large motor fun!
Jingle Bell Matching: Match the puzzles to work on color recognition.
Five Little Candy Canes: Use these with the song Five Candy Canes.
Christmas Bells: These can accompany a variety of songs and books!
Gingerbread Props: Make enough of these stick puppets for each child to hold during circle time.
Reindeer Count & Clip: Count the reindeer on each card and place a clothespin on it.
Christmas Tree Counting: Practice simple counting and number recognition.
Numbered Picture Puzzles: Put the puzzle together in numerical order to see the Christmas picture.
Ornament Counting: How many ornaments are on each card?
Do-a-Dot Countdown: Start counting down the days until Christmas! (The Resourceful Mama)
Christmas Tree Counting Mats: Add some counting to your play dough table! (Simple Fun for Kids)
Gingerbread Cookie Numbers: Work on number recognition and counting skills with this fun set. (JDaniel4’s Mom)
Counting Christmas Lights Activity: Practice counting while also working on 1:1 correspondence. (Powerful Mothering)
Gingerbread and Gumdrops Grid Game: A counting game with the sweetness of gumdrops. (Stir the Wonder)
Alphabet Ornaments: Color or paint the ornaments to use as personalized gift tags or ornaments.
Gingerbread House Alphabet Matching: Includes both uppercase and lowercase letters for a fun letter matching activity. (Totschooling)
Christmas Letter Tile Sheets: 20 pages of printable Christmas words for use with letter tiles. (Fun a Day)
Reindeer Alphabet Bingo: A fun way to practice letter recognition and sounds with a Christmas flair. (Growing Book by Book)
Sequencing Cards: After listening to There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell, put the sequencing cards in order. (The Preschool Toolbox Blog)
Jingle Bell Counting: Count the jingle bells after reading Polar Express. (J Daniel 4s Mom)
Angel Matching: Put the puzzle pieces together by matching the colors.
Gingerbread Shadow Matching: Work on visual discrimination skills while noticing similarities. (Planes and Balloons)
Christmas Memory and Matching Game: Put these in a busy bag for on-the-go fun! (Powerful Mothering)
Gingerbread Playdough Mat: A fun way to work on fine motor skills!
Christmas Playdough Mats: 10 Christmas-themed mats that work well with play dough. (Totschooling)
Christmas Light Table Fun: Use loose parts on these free printables on top of light. (Where Imagination Grows)
Emotions Snowman: Work on feelings while coloring each snowman’s face. (Red Ted Art)
Magic Reindeer Food: Download the free printable with step-by-step directions. This would be fun to make in the classroom or in your kitchen with a few friends. (Messy Little Monster)
Gingerbread Cookie Shop: Sign, cookies and counting menu for the dramatic play area!
Montessori Inspired Christmas Activities: Printables for Christmas tray activities. (Natural Beach Living)
Christmas Tree Pack: Visual discrimination, literacy, math, and more! (Totschooling)
Christmas Printables Pack: Download these fun Christmas pages and use them for letter recognition, tracing, sizing, coloring and more. (Best Toys 4 Toddlers)
Gingerbread House: Build a gingerbread house with all the little details.
Santa Letter: Your child can let Santa know what he wants with this fun printable. (Messy Little Monster)
Christmas Rhyme Games: These fun games can be adapted for toddlers and preschoolers. (Let’s Play Music)
Which One is Different: These Christmas cards are perfect for practicing comparing and developing early analytic skills! (Preschool Powol Packets)
Holiday Lights Scavenger Hunt: Take the family on a drive while playing this fun game! (Twitchetts)
Looking for Hanukkah printables?
Hanukkah Memory Game – This activity is a great way to practice visual discrimination, concentration, attention to detail, and taking turns. (Learning Ideas for Parents)
Hanukkah Pack – Celebrate Hanukkah with this pack that features menorahs, dreidels and other holiday traditions. (Totschooling)
3D Hanukkah Menorah Craft – Use the printable template to make a menorah with removable flames. (Kids Craft Room)
Hanukkah Easy Reader Book – Each page of this book has simple to read sentences and a picture. (3 Dinosaurs)
You can find more on my Hanukkah pin board!
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