Christmas List Template
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Your kids will love making this foldable Christmas present craft! They can use this Christmas list template to tell Santa exactly what they want this year.
Add this fun craft to your preschool Christmas activities. The free pdf printable will make it even easier for your kids to make!
Christmas crafts are always so much fun! Whether you’re looking for another craft to do with your preschoolers or you’re looking for a unique way for kids to leave Santa a note, this preschool Christmas craft is perfect for young kids to make this holiday season.
Christmas List Template
This year, skip the plain paper wish lists. This Christmas present craft hides a hand-written Christmas wish list that your kids are going to love sharing with friends and family (and, of course, Santa).
With just a few simple craft supplies, your kids will be on their way to a fun Christmas crafting session which will result in a list they can present to anyone who asks “what do you want for Christmas”.
What You’ll Need
printable template (at the bottom of this post) | cardstock | markers | scissors | scissors
What You’ll Do
To begin, print out the craft template located at the bottom of this post. I suggest printing it on white cardstock, because cardstock is sturdy and good for tracing the craft pieces.
Next, cut out all of the pieces. Take the two large rectangle templates, and trace around them on the green cardstock.
Take the template pieces for the bow (the two triangles, circle, and two skewed rectangles) and trace around them on red cardstock. If you don’t have red card stock on hand, your preschooler could color it instead.
To put the bow together, glue the two triangles to the backside of the circle. Add the two skewed rectangles to the back of the circle pointing down to complete the bow.
Next, glue the long white rectangle “ribbons” to the present. Add the bow to the top.
Now, you can glue both ends of the present to the long white rectangle. Then, fold back the top present piece and press to crease. Bring the present back to the front. Match it with the bottom present piece and crease it again.
Lastly, write in your wish list ideas in the center, and your Christmas list is complete.
Watch the video below to see the wish list in action.
If you’re crunched for time in a classroom setting, you can pre-cut the pieces. Then, just have kids assemble the present craft and write their wish list inside.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT CHRISTMAS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Christmas. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! – This heartwarming story about the effects of the Christmas spirit will grow even the coldest and smallest of hearts. Like mistletoe, candy canes, and caroling, the Grinch is a mainstay of the holidays, and his story is the perfect gift for young and old.
Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree – Christmas is here and Mr. Willowby’s tree has arrived. There’s just one big problem: The tree is too tall for his parlor. He cuts off the top so it will fit, and soon the top of that tree is passed along again and again to bring holiday cheer to all the animals in the forest.
Disney Countdown to Christmas – Celebrate the spirit of Christmas with this enchanting 64-page picture book complete with ribbon marker, featuring one story for each of the 25 days of December leading up to Christmas.
These beautiful hand crafted Nativity peg dolls are durable enough for play, but also simply beautiful as a display Nativity. Help the child in your life learn the story of the birth of Jesus Christ through play. It is truly a beautiful heirloom set made to stand the test of time.
This wooden Christmas tree puzzle truly is a great Christmas decoration. It is not only décor, but also a fun puzzle to be worked (year round or just a special treat at the holiday’s). Add this Christmas tree puzzle to your Christmas tradition today!
Cut and paste Christmas worksheets give students an opportunity to strengthen scissor skills while practice counting, beginning sounds, and more.
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