Christmas for kids is one of the most exciting times of the year! We have plenty of free Printable Christmas Activity Sheets at Sea of Knowledge. These printables on this blog target skills like literacy, math, letter knowledge, social emotional skills and more!
Kids love the festive season, make it even more magical and have fun learning with these super fun and hands-on activities.
The holiday season is upon us and we’ve got a fun way to practice learning essential skills!
See how this super fun elf name craft is made:
What better way to do this than with free Christmas printables. These free printables target essential preschool kindergarten and even first grade skills.
I love incorporating printable activities to engage kids in learning new skills. From Christmas trees to ornaments to elves, there is something here to suit different learning types and interests.
Watch how to make these fun Rudolph Reindeer Bulletin Crafts:
Benefits of Hands-on Christmas Activities for Kids
- They will develop cognitive, fine motor, critical thinking skills and more. I made these books to help preschool kids practice their skills and ‘learn while they play’.
- Most of the activities in the binder are based on play. They will get to use materials such as magnetic letters, play dough, string (for threading), number cards and much more!
- The busy book binder is perfect for long road trips, long haul flights, in home or preschool use. Use and re-use this binder countless times!
Here is a list of some super cute Christmas crafts, printables and games you can do with with kids who have little hands.
Free Christmas worksheets
I wanted to give back to the world by providing activities on this blog especially for Christmas. I create materials for sale just as much, however, Christmas is a great way to spread cheer and hapiness.
What better way to do it than provide some hands-on activities kids of all ages as well as older kids would love?
These activities can be completed throughout the month of November and December as well as into Christmas Eve, Christmas day even!
Just download each printable pack that interests you from the links below. Each one would lead to the post where the printable is hosted.
How to download each printable
Scroll to the bottom of that page and click on the link that says the name of the printable OR some posts would have a sign up form and then the printable would be sent directly to your email. Sometimes, this does land in spam (the inbox bots probably do not like the name of my site – but that’s a different story for a whole other day ;).
Christmas Time Fun Activities
Looking for word puzzles, sight word practice, Christmas word search activities and more for young learners?
This page will house all the Christmas themed printables I will share on this blog, so be sure to check back every season to grab some new printables.
Sometimes, I need activities or filler printables to use at a Christmas party or Christmas dinner, some of these printables would be super beneficial for that.
Kids are fascinated by the North Pole and candy canes. You might see some fun themes on this page!
And if your school doesn’t allow for Santa themes, you can always try the religious printables also housed on this page below.
Printable Christmas Worksheets
Firstly, I want to share the Christmas themed printable book for toddlers. Kids simply love this book. If you want to try a sample printable busy book and you don’t know where to start.
Try this printable for toddlers this Christmas. They are made like a fun worksheet type but simpler for toddlers.
Free Christmas toddler printable busy book pages.
Free Printable Christmas Activity Sheets List
Click on the images or the titles below to go to each post.
There’s something truly magical about Christmas, I love incoporating all kinds of different games and activities for this time of year.
My favorite way to incorporate games is to use manipulatives to help entice students to learn a particular skill, for instance, I make sure I have all kinds of different sets of mini erasers.
Another thing I do is make sure I add a lot of fine motor skills within some activities throughout the season.
Christmas cutting sheets
Preschoolers will love to pretend play as they cut Santa’s beard by cutting these strips. These would make a great addition to a cutting exercises for fine motor skills independent tub.
Get these Santa cutting strips here.
Preschoolers will love to pretend play as they cut the Christmas tree trunks by cutting these strips. These would make a great addition to a cutting exercises for fine motor skills independent tub.
Get these Christmas tree trunks cutting strips here.
Preschoolers will love to pretend play as they cut their gingerbread cookie strips. These would make a great addition to a Christmas cutting practice free independent tub.
Get these Gingerbread cutting strips here.
Christmas Name Crafts
These Gingerbread bulletin board ideas will be a hit! Looking for some super cute winter bulletin boards? These make the perfect addition to your preschool or kindergarten classroom.
Get these Gingerbread man bulletin board display templates here.
This Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Craft is fun to make and super easy, it can also be differentiated well.
It’s important kids truly know how essential it is to cherish the qualities they have.
Get this super fun name and social skills printable Rudolph Name Templates here.
Using some high interest and fun Christmas Sweater Craft ideas is the perfect way to engage kids with forming letters and writing their names.
This name writing craft is Christmas themed and perfect for November and December.
Get this Ugly Christmas Sweater Name Craft here.
They especially love all ideas related to Christmas tree crafts, elves, Santa, reindeer and more!
It’s always a fun idea to combine easy crafts with name writing. See the elf editable free printable right here.
Using some high interest and fun free Printable Name Tracing Reindeer Craft is the perfect way to engage kids with forming letters and writing their names.
These name writing craft is Christmas themed and perfect for November and December.
This Santa name craft is a great way to get students recognising their names, sounding out the letters in their names correctly and all the while working on fine motor skills.
Get your Christmas name tracing craft here.
Kids love this super fun name recognition activity sort. Christmas activities can be so much fun too around this time of year.
If you’re still looking for some ideas to help students recognise their names, this game is sure to do that and more!
Fun Easy Grinch Crafts for Kids
With this craft, kids get to write about and name things that they can smile or ‘grin’ about under their craft.
This is even better than a plain paper plate Grinch craft.
This craft also includes printable name letters for the students to build. Get the Grinch name and SEL craft here.
Christmas Sight Word Games
These sight word games for first grade are perfect for revising any taught sight words throughout the month of December.
Get students filling Santa’s beard and working on their sight word fluency skills with these printables!
Free Printable Christmas Sight Word Activities Printables and Games. Need a fun way to get kids reading their sight words?
Another fun read and trace sight word Christmas activity below which is sure to engage even the most reluctant students.
These are a fun way to engage young learners with high-frequency words, get them working in small groups and more!
Pick up your free printable pdf Christmas sight word read file from the post. Looking for more themed printables for the month of December?
Christmas Sight Word Crafts
Kids will love these super cute Christmas sight words Elf craft crafts.
The best part about these templates, is that they can be played in several ways.
Have them work on their fluency by reading and tracing the sight words, or have them find the programmed sight words, read the sight word cards and then cut and paste them to build their elf craft.
Christmas Speech Therapy Games
Looking for some activities to support kids in their speech articulation s sounds?
This super cute gingerbread man articulation activity is perfect to add to your centers this year!
Christmas math puzzles
he ultimate engaging math game? Use these Free Christmas Math Puzzles with Answers that feature gingerbread men!
They will especially love these ones as they try to work out what the ‘mystery picture’ will be!
Gingerbread Color Match for Toddlers
Gingerbread Color Match Pompoms Activity Cards: Last week we did a gingerbread color match activity which had miss 2 using her fine motor skills to place each pom pom on the colored circles shown on each gingerbread man card.
Christmas Alphabet Games
How about using this fun, hands-on Alphabet Matching Game in an interactive way to help engage and motivate the kids to learn their letters!
This game involves a cookie sheet and there are options to use bingo markers OR pom poms.
Add these reindeer alphabet fun to any literacy center in the classroom or in any homeschool setting during the month of December.
Preschool Fine Motor Christmas Centers and Activities: preschool kids need lots and lots of hands-on activities.
These centers include hands-on fine motor math and literacy centers to help engage every preschooler this season!
Christmas fine motor games
Christmas is certainly a season that kids love!
Why not make it more educational for them with these fun and engaging Christmas Fine Motor Activities that are sure to get every child engaged and developing their motor skills.
Get 25+ ideas for fine motor games and activities below.
Looking for the ultimate fun holiday worksheets activities and games for kids? This page includes super fun games and worksheets you might like to see around the holiday period like winter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year!
Nativity Printables Preschool
Looking for some religious Christmas materials. This printable nativity book page is perfect for that! Just print, laminate and add some manipulatives and you’re set.
Get your Christmas Nativity Printable Set here.
Christians all around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Kids will have a lot of fun with these fun Christmas Nativity Activities. Read on to read about ways to engage kids in the meaning of Christmas this year.
Christmas Nativity Crafts
Children also need to learn why we celebrate Christmas, these nativity crafts will help children understand and learn more about Jesus’s birth and all the while working on their fine motor skills too!
Check them out below.
Christmas Escape Room Riddles
I love making some fun Christmas games for kids to engage with with literacy during the festive season.
These Christmas Riddles for Kids Printable activities are perfect for kindergarten and first grade kids.
Christmas Around the World Reading Passages
You’ve come to the right place! This page will include download printables to leveled passages you can use during November and December.
If you’re doing a Christmas around the world theme, your students will love these.
Bookmark this page and come back often for more updates!