Are you looking for some free, fun activities to do with your little ones this holiday season? This free printable pack is filled with activities to keep your children learning.
Here’s what is included in our Free Christmas Printable Pack:
|Gingerbread House Coloring|
|Counting Grid, Patterns, Size Sequencing|
|Matching Cards & Memory Game|
|Roll a Gingerbread Man Puzzle Game|
Also, be sure to check out our list of wonderful Christmas book suggestions.
Bonus Game Cards:
These Christmas game cards are perfect for matching, sorting, and playing Memory. You can use the Christmas Trees set to challenge even the best Memory player 🙂
I love all kinds of matching printables. My 3 yo gets a kick out of them
My kids like shadow matching activities.
Deb Chitwood says
Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful printables! I featured your post as the Free Printable(s) of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow. (One of my favorite printables is holiday-related 100 Chart Art.)
Dimana Vassileva says
I liked the Gingerbread man puzzle, goes well with our cookie making!
Lynn Raspe says
Thanks for sharing these resources. I love to find new pattern completion and counting activities.
Joyce McRae says
My granddaughter who is 5 will be here during holidays and will love doing all these activities. Thanks for sharing
Love the match games! Put them on card stock paper and you have a fun game you can take to restaurants!
We love activities with a letter. C is for Christmas. also the one to one correspondance activities.
I love the roll a gingerbread man game. It will go perfectly with my gingerbread day.! Thanks so much!
K spencer says
Love find math activities especially numeracy and ten frame activities.
Nancy Griffin says
I love the colorful variety in this pack…especially the matching and sorting activities. Thank you!
I am going to use these games during speech therapy.
I love the counting cards with lego blocks! The students in my pre-k class love these! Thank you so much!
My son loves the colour shades busy bag – only 20 months old so still struggles to tell the difference but he can play and play with them especially because of the magnet bit!
I did this!!!!!!!! I love pretty much anything and everything you guys have! My kids love just doing fun things like these!! I look forward to the email!!!!!!
I love the interactive books people make… those that have you place an iem according to the position word or the ones that the students have to decide what picture to add to complete the scene.
love the do a dot letters. My boys will do them over and over again in different colors
Rita Burkeen says
I want to try the Do-A-Dot letters. Also would like follow directions activity. Thanks so much for sharing!!
Thank you for all the great inspiration! My daughters love dot markers. Thank you for giving us some great options for dot marker sheets.
Thank you for so many wonderful ideas and a source of encouragement and inspiration. I stumbled upon your site this afternoon and look forward to many more visits!
I am currently working on an activity book for “little bit” – my tot. I love printables that can be used over and over again when laminated or put in sheet protectors. My favorites are pre-writing skills.
Grandaughter is coming on Sunday 12/18 to stay the week out of school with us. This would be great items to use in our play time. Thanks for sharing them.
Tracy McD. says
I love the activities that help my youngest work on his counting skills. My daughter loves the printables that allow her to make patterns.
Our favorite activitiy is the dot to dot games both my kids love those and then seeing the pictures after they traced all the dots. Another huge favorite would be making cards for their friends. They are so happy with just a simple paper and envelope and they write notes and fold them in the envelopes.
Bill and Greta Larson says
I like using the themed printables. The kids love the dot paint, they look forward to those days:-)
I like printables that include number sorting. For example: putting 6 paper candy printouts onto a paper bowl labeled with the number “6”.
I like fun printables that grab the children's attention. If the papers are colorful and grab attetion the children are more willing to work on them. Thanks!
Keri Lee Sereika says
I love doing “themed” printables…ie a package of sea themed thing with good bullet points for facts and fun tips…We also love things that incorporate a creative aspect such as creating the item out of interesting household items or something! 🙂 Thank you for the fun pack of printables!
My favorite printable activity is coloring pages!
Mazes are a favorite here- good for pencil control and just for helping a wiggly little boy learn to sit still for a few minutes.
i love the memory game,all ages can have fun with this. and as the years add up, we need to exercise the brain.
a.m. shields says
We enjoy anything that involves coloring with learning, such as patterns, and puzzles that you color yourself.
a.m. shields says
We enjoy anything that involves coloring with learning, such as patterns, and puzzles that you color yourself.
Hello, My Granddaughter & I love many of the activities but right now I'd have to vote for Tracing Letters.
Thank you so much for sharing,Debbie
My girls love the dot dauber sheets of any theme! and my son loves any kind of math worksheet and printables. Thank you so much for these FREE printables. I will be using them in our homeschool at The Joys of Home Educating and will link back to you! Also sharing on my FB page today!
My daughter loves craft time. Her favorite thing is cutting.
L Brons says
As much as they love sticker books, they prefer when they color the page and the “sticker” that they then cut out and glue onto the page with a glue stick.
My granddaughter and I love to work on things together. We love the memory games.
I love any activity involving following directions, Serenity is 4 but sometimes she the thinks she's 40 and we are working on slowing down and working problems one step at a time (she is a jump in with both feet kind of girl),and not skipping ahead. She has to use her listening skills too (instant mashed potato world we live in)so these are my favorite activities for her. Her favorite activities are the memory games which she really excels at, I use them as a reward for following directions and we both win. Thanks for all your hard work ! Jamie
crossword puzzles or word searches
This will be our first attempt at a printable lesson. But, with a lot of time at home this month, we are looking forward to some non-TV activities. Thank you!
I'm just now starting out with mine so we do no have a favorite yet:)
My grandkids love the memory games and dot-a-letter pages (they love to use the dot markers). Thanks for all your work in putting these together.
Roll a Gingerbread Man Puzzle Game – My DD loves dice games.
Angel Rose says
We like the dot-to-dot printables, as well as mazes.
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I really like cutting and pasting activities. It seems my little one is most interested in these. Thank you for the awesome printables!!
Thanks for posting such nice quality printables! We are going to enjoy these. Thanks, also for Christ in Christmas! Let us adore Him!
We really like games. I like the ones where you can build a picture by rolling dice. We like things that the kids can do together, evenincluding the older ones.
I've never used printable activities like this but I'm wanting these for my grandkids.
We love dot-to-dots, memory matching, alphabet matching (upper to lower case, letter sound to pics, etc..), mazes, puzzles…. the list goes on and on!!
Thanks for sharing!
I like to get do it yourself instructions for example bird feeders our last project and sit around with the kids and put them together.
My son loves anything with a maze and he also loves connecting the dots
Hi! I just found your blog and I am so glad I did. I love so many kinds of printables. I love the vocabulary cards, matching games, and cutting activities. thanks for sharing!
My daughter loves any project that includes cutting and pasting. Thanks fro sharing these terrific projects! Heather
I just discovered your blog and am so glad I did. (link from moneysavingmom.com) I am homeschooling three children and have a preschooler (my only boy). He loves any kind of tracing and matching. Thank you so much for these printables – they'll be perfect when he's out on Christmas break from preschool and I'm trying to continue schooling the girls.
I like the counting grids. They are perfect for math games.
My favorite have the holiday memory games. The kids always love those. Keeps them busy.
I love the pictures the preschoolers can cut out and sort.
WE have a 2 1/2 year old , he loves dot-dot, matching and anything that he can color!
Becca W says
We enjoy the cut and paste printables most in our family!
My favorite printables are puzzles. 🙂 I love that my grandbabies are able to color and then cut them out – I'd love to find a puzzle cube printable 🙂
Katie J. says
My Children love the memory printables.
Cutting/pasting or puzzles. But really my kids love most of the printable activities! 🙂
any kind of practice for cutting/pasting and memory games are fun!
Amy L says
Thank you for sharing! These are darling. I can't wait to do them with my daughter!
My son loves coloring and puzzles. We also love being able to color and cut out things to make into ornaments. Thanks!!
Love the memory and matching cards and anything children can cut out for themselves. Thanks for sharing!
Right now our favorite is pages to color. My oldest just turned 4 and my other son is 2 1/2 so I havent' really branched out yet but with these new printouts I am looking forward to trying matching games, etc.
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Any printable that is educational and free. I have a hard time coming up with ideas. Thank you for making free printables.
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Thanks for these! They are cute, but not cutesy. Sure to be a hit with M and D! Much appreciated.
My girls like memory games and color by number. thanks!
I like puzzles and do-a-dot pages.
I love printable mazes and dot to dots for my 5 year old son.
Tanya M says
We like tracing pages, “Which one is different” type of activity and patterns.
mary and adrian swanger says
I AM TEACHING A COUPLE OF 3 YR OLDS THEIR ABC'S AND NUMBERS, SO ALPHABET CARDS THAT CAN BE TRACED AND/OR COLORED THAT WE CAN USE TO SPELL SMALL WORDS ARE GREAT TEACHING MATERIALS. THEY ALSO ARE LEARNING COLORS AND SHAPES AS WELL AS THEIR ADDRESS. SO THANKS FOR THE HELP WITH FREE MATERIALS WHAT WITH THE ECONOMY LIKE IT IS.
MARY L SWANGER
We love all types of printable crafts. I like try to keep things iteresting and give as much experience and ability for different things before they start school in hopes that it will make it easier and more enjoyable for them.
The Engelkemiers says
My daughter loves the dot art. She loves to paint and learn her letters. What a great hands-on combo that both my 3 year old and 17 month old can do with me.
Do a dot pages
I teach special needs children and we love doing graphing activities!
I teach a preschool class and teach next week, and this would be perfect for my class. It is always hard to find educational things about Christmas for them.
We love to do crafts that use prints of the kids hands or feet. Thanks for the give-away!
Yes, my child is just at the learning stage, I think this would be great to do with him!
My daughter likes matching and we are working on numbers and colors. Thanks!
We love printing off “memory” type games. Right now we are using left over Valentines from last season.
My grandchildren will be here this weekend. We'll have lots of fun with these activities.
My daughter loves “go together” puzzles, like matching up a picture of a baseball with a picture of a baseball bat or glove.
I like anything that can be laminated and reused! 🙂
A.J., Pattie, and Arianna Brewer says
Nick, Krista, Carson and Clay says
I love anything with numbers, letters and colors. My little guy is learning all of these 🙂
I really like craft things for my kids. We also did tracer pages for them to learn their letters and name.
I like to work with my grandchildren with their times table. We do all kinds of different things to make it interesting. Grandmas seem to have more time for this.
my Lg will love this
Praises from a Wife and Mommy! says
I like printables that teach early math skills. 🙂
k balman says
My daughter loves color by number [email protected]
Nick Jr also has great printable activity packs by age 3-6! – Thanks for sharing these.
I love any printables that are Christian to use with my preschool class.
connect the dots are super-fun as are color by numbers!
We love the numerical order puzzles and magnet pages and any tracing as we need to practice more of that.
I like the gingerbread counting activity
My youngest is working on letters so any letter tracing or letter development.
My son is almost 2 and we LOVE matching games. Anything you can match, we love it. Thanks for sharing this…it is awesome!
Neela is only 2, so we love shape and color recognition and counting.
My son loves the color by number and the matching games – and really just about everything:)
My daughter likes mazes and is working on her cutting skills.
My daughter loves to draw and trace, so we love anything with a dotted line too or drawing along the dotted line from one object to another. Plus, anything that has to do with cutting out shapes and glue…she is mad about glue sticks too! Thanks for the extra games.
Sammie loves mazes, it helps with pencil control and she loves working her way through it
We love tracing and cutting around here! It is by far the favorite!
Anything for my grandchildren to trace, color and cut!
Allie Z says
The other day when I printed the Christmas printable, it was my first time ever. I have boys (almost 4 & almost 2) who will be using them. I'm exciting for cutting and tracing. I need to work on shape tracing and recognition!
Cutting activities and tracing (on the dotted line!)
Cutting out and frosting christmas cookies. Great motor skill practice but they just think they're having fun!
Anything with cutting and coloring.
word finds and simple crosswords are big hits with my daughter!
My son loves anything he can cut out!
I like memory matching printables of all kinds!
My son likes counting so the counting grid is great!
The puzzles are a big hit at my house!
Thank You so much for sharing!!!
We love matching game printables. My son will do them over and over. 🙂
we like the dot art
My daughter struggles w/ tracing so I like the ones that she has to follow a line from one object to another. We also enjoy any type of games (esp. bingo).