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Don’t miss this amazing collection of paper Christmas ornaments for kids. They’ll look amazing hanging on your Christmas tree this year (and years to come).
As you begin planning your preschool Christmas activities, be sure to add in some homemade Christmas ornaments. Your kids will love hanging them on the Christmas tree this year and for years to come.
I love each and every one of these Christmas ornament crafts. You will love looking at them on the Christmas tree.
Paper Christmas Ornaments for Kids
These beautiful paper Christmas decorations remind me of ribbon candy. They’ll look great on your tree in any combination of colors. The Links Site
You can make a laminated photo snow globe ornament year after year to see how much your child grows. Crafty Morning
These easy paper snowman ornaments will look great hanging on your tree. Even after the holidays, they can decorate your home or classroom throughout winter. Red Ted Art
Paper Strip Christmas Tree Ornaments are easy for tots and preschoolers to make. With a variety of washi tape, your kids can make several and they can all be unique.
Print out the free templates for these stained glass nativity ornaments, decorate them with your favorite colors, and hang them on the tree. True Aim Education
Using the inside of a paper plate (or a circle cut-out), kids can make some paper ornaments with markers, stickers, glitter, and more. Glitter on a Dime
Kids can follow this tutorial to learn how to make a paper Christmas bauble. The free printable template makes it even easier for kids to create on their own. Nurture Store
Preschoolers can make up a big batch of these mini paper angels to hang on the tree this year. The Craft Train
Print and color these printable Christmas ornaments. Decorate your bulletin board or Christmas tree for a colorful display. Easy Peasy and Fun
Preschoolers will love posing their kid-made crayon ornaments inspired by the book The Day the Crayons Quit. Mosswood ConnectionsThis paper Christmas tree craft comes with a free printable template. It is a great way to help preschoolers practice following directions. They’ll also develop scissor skills as they cut the paper for the ornament. Nurture Store
Color these free Christmas coloring sheets, cut out the ornaments, and hang them on the tree this holiday season. Pink Stripey Socks
This sweet book of kisses makes a great keepsake or Christmas ornament to give a loved one! Blue Bear Wood
Here’s another set of fun Christmas ornaments to print and color. If you laminate them, you can keep hanging them on the tree for years to come. Simple Fun for Kids
Tearing paper is a great motor skill activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Use torn paper scraps to make this easy Christmas ornament for toddlers. My Bored Toddler
Kids can use markers, crayons, or glitter glue to decorate this paper ornament Christmas craft. Blooming Brilliant
Create paper house ornaments using the free printable template. Then decorate them with scraps of paper, stickers, chenille stems, or whatever else you have on hand. Kitchen Counter Chronicle
These Santa hat ornaments are so cute, and they’re so easy to make. Even your littlest preschoolers can make them. Creative Family Fun
Using the printable treasure chest template, your kids can make these treasure box ornaments inside which they can tuck little messages. Mosswood Connections
These paper lantern ornaments are sure to light up your Christmas tree this year! Adventure in a Box
Must Have Resources:
When completing these preschool Christmas ornaments, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
BOOKS ABOUT CHRISTMAS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool Christmas books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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12 Groovy Days of Christmas – Pete and his friends are rockin’ and groovin’ while counting down the days to Christmas! Who needs five golden rings, when you can have five onion rings?
The Not Very Merry Pout-Pout Fish – Swim along with The Pout-Pout Fish on his holiday shopping quest. He might just discover that the best gifts of all come straight from the heart.
The Littlest Christmas Tree – There are only five days until Christmas, and the Littlest Christmas Tree is still waiting for a home. All it wants is for a family to take it home, decorate it, and sing its favorite song, “Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches…”
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
A delightful find for your LEGO fan. These LEGO ornaments are made of Lego bricks, not glued, but sturdy and beautifully decorative.
This DIY felt Christmas tree activity is fantastic to practice hand use, vocabulary, hand eye coordination, fine motor skill & color recognition. It’s perfect for Christmas, kids birthday parties and more.
This Christmas, make a batch of Grinch cookies to decorate with your kids. Then, eat them or share them with loved ones.