15 Bright and Merry Christmas Printables for Kids
You’re going to love these Bright & Merry Christmas Printables for Kids – there’s something for every age group, from games to cards!
We’re well into the holiday season, and you’ve most probably got the whole family at home. I don’t know about you, but it can get pretty noisy at my place during this season!
So if everyone’s staying indoors because it’s warm and people are getting bored, you need to find a way to keep them entertained. Yes, you can put on a fun Christmas movie, but here’s another idea – Christmas Printables for Kids!
These printable include games, decorations, and even some learning sneaked in! They’re meant for kids, but the whole family can get involved – the more, the merrier! So turn on your printer and load in some paper – it’s time to get printing!
15 Bright & Merry Christmas Printables for Kids
1. Christmas Memory Game Cards
What better way to celebrate with the whole family than with a fun game? And if everyone’s up to it, let’s go with this game to test everyone’s memory in this digital age!
2. Christmas Color by Number
Coloring pages are fun, but sometimes a blank coloring page can be overwhelming. That’s why we love color by number sheets like this one – you get a nice numerical guide about what color to use in each section!
3. Christmas Color and Trace
If you’ve got a little one at home who’s just mastered the pencil grip and is scribbling everywhere, keep your walls safe by directing that energy onto these trace and color sheets!
4. Last-Minute Christmas Cards
You can plan and plan, but there’s always bound to be something left for the last minute! If you’ve found yourself missing a few cards, grab this printable and print your own!
5. Christmas Count and Graph
Data handling is an important skill in primary school, and it’s generally something most kids enjoy. These count and graph sheets help make it a little more interesting, so kids are learning without even realizing it!
6. Gingerbread House Template
Making a gingerbread house out of real gingerbread and icing is unparalleled, but let’s admit it – it is a lot of work! Ayelet Keshet gives us an easier version with a printable gingerbread house template!
7. Christmas Paper Weaving Templates
Let’s put those fine motor skills to use, and exercise those muscles with this pretty paper-weaving craft! Great for developing concentration too, as kids focus on a single task at hand.
8. Christmas Bingo Cards
There’s something to be said about the enthusiasm for Bingo – it’s so simple, but always gets people completely involved in the game! Enjoy your festive gatherings with this fun Christmas Bingo printable.
9. Santa Advent Calendar and Gift Tags
These days advent calendars come in all shapes and sizes, and some of them can be quite elaborate! If you find those too overwhelming for you, keep things simple with this easy peasy Santa advent calendar printable.
10. Christmas Joke Teller
You may have noticed that kids in primary school and kindergarten love jokes – especially the potty kind! Bren Did brings us something a little more appropriate for the season, which you can download and print for your kids.
11. Ugly Sweater Coloring Pages
The ugly sweater is quite a thing now during Christmas and there are many ugly sweater parties everywhere! If you’re having your own bash, be sure to include this printable as part of your party activities!
12. Christmas Play Dough Mats
Playdough is always a hit, whatever the season! Take your Christmas play dough-ing to the next level with these play dough printables from Itsy Bitsy Fun!
13. Printable Nativity Pack
The crib is an integral part of any home’s Christmas decor, and many people make their own versions with a variety of materials. If you’re having a hard time making up your mind, try our printable nativity pack, so you have an eco-friendly version!
14. Letter to Santa with Envelope
Maybe you’ve been good all year and want to remind Santa about it – or maybe you’ve been a little naughty and want to offer some explanations for it! Whatever your reason, this printable will help you write an adorable little letter to Santa!
15. Christmas Theme I-Spy Game
If the kids have been sitting for too long and you’d like them to move a little, get them this I Spy game in a Christmas theme – they’ll have some fun spotting the items as they walk around the room!
See? I told you there was going to be something for everyone, and I’m sure you agree now! These Christmas Printables for Kids are a great way to keep little ones occupied while you go about making your delicious Christmas dinner, so you can all relax afterwards with a hot cup of cocoa and talk about how great the day was!