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Fill your shelves one or more of these Christmas books for kindergarten. These easy readers are sure to get kids in the holiday spirit!
Easy readers are great for kids who are just learning to read and those working to strengthen their reading skills. The books featured below will make a great addition to your Christmas activities this year!
Christmas Books for Kindergarten
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of easy reader picture books that will help your young readers celebrate Christmas.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – Rudolph is a different kind of reindeer: he has a red nose that glows! When all the other reindeer laugh at him, Rudolph runs away. But when a big storm comes on Christmas Eve, Rudolph is the only one who can save Christmas.
Holiday Helper – It’s Scout’s first winter, and she can’t wait for Christmas! She loves the shiny presents with their gorgeous ribbons, which look awfully like fancy tug-of-war toys! By the time Scout’s through with them, the presents are a mess. Is Christmas morning ruined?
Christmas Mice! – The holiday mice are back! It’s Christmas time and the four cheerful mice merrily hang stockings, string popcorn, wrap presents, and sing carols. The little mice are so caught up in their joyful preparations that they almost forget to look out for their old enemy, the cat.
Jesus, God’s Great Gift – Baby Jesus was born in a barn. But people knew he was special right away because of the star shining overhead. What would Jesus grow up to be?
It’s Christmas! – Here are twelve funny, silly, sweet, and very merry poems to celebrate the season.
Christmas Is Here! – Christmas is finally here! This year, Snoopy just wants to spend a peaceful and quiet day with his best friend Woodstock, but people keep interrupting them.
Santa’s Moose – Milton the moose wants to help pull Santa’s sleigh. “I have never used a moose before,” says Santa, “but I’m willing if you are.” At first, clumsy Milton is not very good at landing on roofs. But when Santa’s sleigh becomes too heavy for the tired reindeer, Milton comes to the rescue.
A Perfect Christmas – Barbie and her sisters discovering the true meaning of Christmas during a shared holiday celebration.
Miraculous: Christmas Rescue! – Hawk Moth has turned Santa Claus into a supervillain! Can Ladybug and Cat Noir stop him from ruining Christmas before it’s too late? Join Marinette and Adrien as they save the day!
The Beginner’s Bible Jesus Is Born – A young girl named Mary is going to have a special baby. When he is born, God’s angels tell everyone the good news. But the king is not happy at all. What will become of Baby Jesus?
Merry Christmas, Amelia Bedelia – It’s Christmas Eve, and Amelia Bedelia has to get the Rogers house ready for a visit from Aunt Myra. But with Amelia Bedelia in charge, this Christmas will be one of the funniest ever!
My Little Pony: Holly, Jolly Harmony – It’s Hearth’s Warming Eve in Ponyville, and the ponies put on a special pageant to celebrate the story of the founding of Equestria: a winter tale about how the three tribes of ponies learning to live together in harmony.
Arthur’s Christmas Cookies – Arthur decides to make Mother and Father special Christmas cookies as a present. But when the cookies are finally finished, they are hard as rocks! Can Arthur think of a way to turn this disaster into the best Christmas present ever?
Pinkalicious and the Perfect Present – Pinkalicious gets some money of her own to spend at a yard sale. To find the most pinkeriffic treasure for herself, Pinkalicious sorts through piles and piles of fabulous dress-up clothes, sports gear, and more. Yet when she finally finds the perfect purchase, Pinkalicious realizes it’s even more perfect for her mother!
Aunt Eater’s Mystery Christmas – Aunt Eater is back to celebrate Christmas and, of course, to solve a mystery at every turn.
Which of these Christmas easy readers will you read first?