Looking for some fun and educational Christmas activities for your preschooler? We have a wide variety of preschool Christmas printables that will keep your little one entertained and learning during the holiday season.
From literacy and math activities to Christmas coloring pages, we have something for everyone.
Our preschool worksheets are perfect for busy parents and preschool teachers who want their children to be both entertained and educated over the holidays.
Additionally, children will practice important preschool skills while having fun with each of these preschool printables.
With this in mind, you can’t go wrong adding one or more of these printable activities to your Christmas activities for preschoolers throughout the days and weeks leading up to the holidays.
I always love providing free preschool printables that you can use with your little ones.
These free Christmas printables provide a fun way for preschoolers to practice math and literacy skills this time of year.
Preschool Christmas Printables
Add these Christmas preschool coloring pages to your holiday festivities. Bind them into a coloring book or use them on their own. Perfect for home and classroom use.
This Christmas sequence worksheet pack is perfect for the upcoming holidays. Young learners will order events and retell Christmas stories.
Kids will love filling in Santa’s beard with pom poms or cotton balls on this free printable Santa beard countdown! No more “how many more days” questions!
Your kids will love making this foldable Christmas present craft! They can use this Christmas list template to tell Santa Claus exactly what they want this year. Add this fun craft to your preschool Christmas activities.
This collection of Christmas trace pages will keep little ones busy. These pages provide fun fine motor practice with a holiday twist!
Are you looking for some fresh new Christmas activities for preschoolers? Download this free Christmas memory game for a quick and easy activity!
Let your preschoolers practice their handwriting this holiday season with these Christmas Carol handwriting pages. They’ll copy verses from popular Christmas Carols.
Here’s a fun twist on a holiday tradition. Come discover how you can have a Christmas Scavenger Hunt with your family.
Strengthen fine motor skills while practicing color matching with this Christmas lights dot marker printable. If you don’t have dot markers on hand, use buttons, pom poms, or other small colored manipulatives.
Similarly, strengthen fine motor skills while working on early math and literacy skills with these free printable nativity worksheets for preschoolers.
This Christmas, engage your preschoolers with these fun E is for Elf printables. Perfect for early math and literacy skills.
Be sure to download this Countdown to Christmas template so your preschoolers can countdown to a visit from Santa!
These Christmas tracing printables are so much fun for preschoolers! They’ll love working on their tracing skills with these preschool Christmas printables.
Christmas Literacy Activities
Preschoolers can work on letter recognition and matching with this fun Christmas alphabet game. All you need is letter magnets and this free printable.
Are your kids struggling to focus on their homeschool preschool lessons? Add these Christmas alphabet letters scavenger hunt pages to your holiday lessons throughout the Christmas season! As kids search the grids for the featured letter, they’ll strengthen visual discrimination skills.
Looking for some seasonal alphabet games? There are three printable games included in this printable Christmas alphabet game pack!
This Christmas Tree themed letter matching alphabet game will give kids a hands-on opportunity to work on letter recognition this holiday season! They’ll love placing ornaments labeled with capital and lowercase letters on the corresponding Christmas trees.
Christmas Math Worksheets
Practice number recognition and counting to ten with these fun Christmas count and clip cards. Perfect for holiday math activities!
These Christmas math worksheets are the perfect addition to your holiday math centers. Preschoolers will practice a variety of math skills including number recognition, counting, and more!
This mini pack of Christmas size sequencing cards for preschool is perfect for your math centers throughout the holiday season. This pack includes 10 sets of sequencing cards!
Inspire your preschoolers to practice color recognition with this Christmas color sorting printable! They’ll sort Christmas items by color – eleven of them.
Additionally, this pack of reindeer color by numbers is a great way to entertain preschoolers while working on number recognition and colors.
Teach counting and number recognition to ten with these Christmas counting for preschool worksheets. They’re perfect for your Christmas activities for preschoolers.
Christmas dot to dot printables are a great way to work on number recognition and number order in December.
Are printables a reliable way to teach preschool concepts?
Yes, printables are a reliable way to teach preschool concepts. They are a great resource for teachers and students because they are easy to use and can be customized to fit the needs of each class.
They can be helpful in reinforcing the material that is being taught in the classroom, and they can also be a fun way for students to learn.
Additionally, preschool Christmas printables can be used as a reference tool for students who may need further clarification on the material.
What other holiday activities can I do with my preschoolers?
There are many fun and festive ways to celebrate Christmas in preschool classrooms.
One way to add a touch of the holiday season is to incorporate Christmas-themed activities into your lesson plans.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Have students make Christmas cards for their friends or family members.
- Have students make ornaments to hang on the classroom Christmas tree.
- Read stories about Christmas traditions or the nativity story.
- Sing Christmas carols.
- Create festive art projects, like snowflakes or wreaths.
- Play games like “Pin the Nose on Rudolph” or “Christmas charades.”
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my free printables for Christmas.
If you are looking for something specific, let me know!