Perfect for keeping the kids busy while waiting for the clock to strike midnight, our New Years 4-in-1 activity worksheet contains a New Years wordsearch, New Years maze, tic-tac-toe boards and a make a word activity. Guaranteed fun for all ages!
Are the kids already counting down the days until Christmas arrives? If so, make the process fun with our printable countdown to Christmas advent calendar activity. This activity requires downloading all three pages – the ornaments, the Christmas tree base and the Christmas tree top.
Cut out the parts of the tree and glue them together. I recommend pasting them onto a piece of cardboard for extra stability. Have the kids color or paint the tree and then give it a festive touch with a bit of spray snow or splattered white paint.
Color and cut out all the ornaments and put them in a bag or envelope. Each day attach the next one to the tree and countdown (or up) to the big day! Click on images below to view and print full size.
The kids will have fun coloring this jolly little polar bear who is ready for Christmas – complete with his Santa hat and fuzzy reindeer slippers. Use the polar bear printable as a gift tag or place holder, too.
Have you ever seen such a silly little reindeer? My 14 year old son created this jolly little reindeer for us based on a tutorial by Chris Spooner. I think it turned out so cute – even if it does look like this little reindeer may have had one too many Christmas cookies at the North Pole! Print and color this reindeer or print the reindeer gift tags to give your gifts a little bit of cute overload.
Our almost famous pups make an appearance on the cutest print and color gift tags going this season! Print the gift tags out on a thicker paper stock, color, cut and add that special touch to your gifts.
The Nutcracker ballet is one of the highlights of each Christmas season capturing the imaginations of children of all ages. Print, color and cut out the entire Nutcracker cast in our Nutcracker printable puppet activity. Once the characters are cut out, attach them to popsicle or Wood Craft Sticks using glue and have your own version of the Nutcracker.
Click on image above to view and print each set of Nutcracker characters full size or download as PDFs from below:
Decorating the Christmas tree is a tradition that has been around since the Victorian age and has taken on many variations. Let the kids get creative by decorating our printable Christmas trees using crayons, glitter, sequins, magazine clippings or any other bits of art supplies you have around. Click on the images to view and print full size.
My kids are huge fans of the fun loving duo of Phineas and Ferb! Okay, I’ll admit it, even I love Phineas and Ferb – especially Candice and the very adorable Perry the Platypus! Anyhow, Phineas and Ferb have their very own Christmas DVD coming out October 5 called Phineas & Ferb: Very Perry Christmas and my friends at Disney have given me permission to share the coloring pages and activity sheets to go with the movie with my readers. Lucky you!
To view and print the Phineas & Ferb printables full size, click the images below:
If you would like a sneak peek of the movie, you are in luck! Click below to launch the video player.
Something tells me I will be hearing “have a very Perry Christmas” a lot this winter!
The kids will have fun learning their fives (5) math family facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) using our printable gingerbread math worksheets. Print on heavier stock paper and cut out to make flashcards, a memory game or similar math game.
Kids will have fun learning their threes (3) math family facts using our printable bell math worksheets. Print on heavier stock paper and cut out to make flashcards, a memory game or similar math game.
Here is a fun new worksheet for preschool and Kindergarten aged kids!
Count the shapes of the ornaments then color the Christmas tree. You can ask students to color each shape the same color or just count the shapes. For added fun, cut the tree out and paste onto thicker paper, put a hole in the top and thread a ribbon through it.
Get creative with our Gingerbread House coloring page. Color, draw and decorate to make the perfect gingerbread house. Print it out on heavier paper and then use sequins, glitter, bits of string or candy to decorate the house.
Christmas is one month away and while the grown ups are busy shopping, decorating and being busy, kids just want to have fun. Get the kids in the mood too with this fun Christmas Word Search that is 100% Rudolph approved.