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Kids love everything related to Santa during the month of December! This is a fantastic list of Santa activities for kids that the whole family will enjoy.
Growing up, on Christmas Eve I used to try and convince anyone who would listen that the little red light from the radio tower was really Rudolph’s red nose moving through time. I could see it from my bedroom window, and I would stand there for hours during December making up Santa stories in my head.
In fact, I pretended to believe in Santa long after I knew in my heart he wasn’t real. As a child, Santa made Christmas magical and fun.
75 Fun Santa Activities for Kids
Kids love almost anything related to Santa during the month of December and that’s why I’ve put together this list of 75 ideas for Santa fun.
In this list we share Santa Crafts, Santa-Shaped Food, Santa Letter Printables both to and from Santa, Santa Learning Activities and Santa Coloring Pages.
It’s a fantastic list of Santa fun I know my own family is going to enjoy. We hope you do too.
21 Santa Crafts for Kids
A sweet Homemade Santa Hat Christmas Ornament from Buggy and Buddy will look lovely on your tree.
Your child will be so proud of his super cute Santa Paper Cone Christmas Decoration with Free Printable from Pickle Bums.
If you’ve got little ones in the house, they will love these Santa Christmas Craft for Toddlers from Mommy’s Bundle
Make good use of those craft sticks and make a little santa magic with this Craft Stick Santa from Happy Hooligans
Have your kids make a santa craft that will memorialize their childhood with these Santa Handprint Ornaments from Messy Little Monsters
This Santa’s Fluffy Beard Christmas Ornament from Preschool Toolkit are fun Grandma gifts or to brighten up your own tree.
For a little whimsical Santa fun, make this Dancing with Santa craft from Learning 4 Kids.
Have some food crafting fun with the Popcorn Santa Beard from Crafty Morning – its adorable.
Make merry kitchen decorations with these precious Santa Spoons from Messy Little Monsters
Here’s another cute santa for kids to make: Christmas Kids Craft: Walnut Santa Hat from HGTV.
You can decorate in style with these Santa Candles Kids Can Make from Mom Vs The Boys
Make waiting for Christmas Day fun with this Countdown to Santa from I Can Teach My Child
Make some squishy fun with this Simple Santa Beard Craft from Laughing Kids Learn
Bring in the outdoors and decorate with this beautiful Nature Inspired Santa from Rain Or Shine Mamma
These DIY Santa Ornaments at Thrifty Jinxy are a glittery addition to your Christmas tree.
Use up the extras you still have from canning season – these Santa Mason Jar Lid Ornament at Ann’s Entitled Life are a great santa craft for kids.
Oh my this is so sweet — make this Santa Cone Craft Hat from Little Pallette
Your friends and relatives will love getting these kid-made Homemade Santa Hat Christmas Card from Hands on As We Grow
Here’s another way to memorialize their childhood with this precious Handprint Santa Salt Dough Ornament from Easy Peasy Fun.
Want to make unique Santa ornaments with your kids and have a great conversation piece on your tree? – try these Santa Corks from Red Ted Art.
20 Santa-Shaped Food Kids Love
I’ve never seen anything like these No Bake Santa Cookies from Crystal and Company and your kids will love them!
Make these Santa Claus Cookies from The Girls Who Ate Everything using Nutter Butter cookies!
Absolutely adorable Santa Donuts from Cooking Whiz Cafe would make the perfect breakfast on Saint Nicholas Day or Christmas Day or any day in December!
Go with the pros version and make these Easy Santa Cookies from Betty Crocker.
These adorable Santa Pancakes from Inspired by Family would be a huge hit with my kids for sure! All that whipped cream. Oh my.
Santa Jello Snack from WonderMom Wannabe is a fun way to make your child’s lunchbox Christmas adorable!
This tutorial for a Santa Hat Cupcake from Jenny’s Evolution is so sweet and would be a huge hit at your child’s Christmas party.
If you want charming, try this Charming Honey Buttermilk Santa Bread from Kudos Kitchen by Renee. And yes, you can have your kids help.
Make some more santa fun with these Santa Cookies from Pillsbury.
Strawberry Santas from Tisl Style help you go a little bit on the healthy side in a month filled with sugary treats.
The Meringue Santa Hats from Taste of Home are cute, simple, and tasty treats.
This is the coolest thing ever – and edible too. You’ll be the talk of the North Pole with these Edible Santa Suit Cups from Hungry Happenings.
Here is a traditional holiday delight straight from the experts – try these Santa Sugar Cookies from All Recipes.
Here’s another great Santa Breakfast option — you can make these Santa Pancakes from Taste of Japan.
I’ve never seen Santa look as beautiful as he does in this Golden Santa Bread from The Food Charlatan.
Go savory and make your teens happy with these Adorable Santa Crackers with Pepperoni from Martha Stewart.
Here’s another option on crackers with cheese – but they still look like Santa! Try Easy Santa Crackers from Catch My Party.
Use a brownie mix to make these Santa Hat Brownies from Daisy World super easy and fun for kids at the same time!
Another more healthy santa-shaped food option: Santa Strawberries from Jeanette’s Healthy Living.
What a crazy good idea for Santa food that’s fun – make these Fun Santa Sled Treats from Printable Santa Letters Blog.
14 Printable Santa Letters To and From Santa
You’ve Got Mail from Santa from Crafty Moms Share can show up in your mailbox one day with proper planning!
Letter from Santa Printable from Over the Big Moon is another option for sending your child a mailbox surprise.
The Free Letter to Santa from TotSchooling lets your little ones send Santa their dream lists.
These Custom Print at Home Santa Letters from the Santa Claus Museum allow you to add personalized information and print directly from the site.
Here’s a great option for your Letter from Santa from Mother’s Niche.
So many to choose from! You will like this Letter to Santa from Mommy’s Bundle.
Your kids can practice writing letters and pour out their hearts to Santa with Writing a Letter to Santa from PickleBums.
Warning! Does your child need a little heads up with this Official Santa Warning from Santa Printables?
Craft the perfect letter to santa with this Free Printable Santa Letter from Crystal and Company
Where to Send your Letter to Santa (and How to Get it Back) from KCEdventures is so cool!
Still looking for choices? You’ll love this Free Printable Santa Letter at Jinxy Kids.
Or, you might like these Free Printable Santa Letters from Noella Designs
A Free Santa Letter from Living Locurto is on more terrific option.
Prepare for Santa’s visit! Just print out this Santa Kit for a letter to Santa, letter from Santa, and a North Pole message!
18 Santa Learning Activities
Improve your kid’s hand writing with this activity: Building Fine Motor Skills this Christmas from Your Clever Monkey.
Work on Christmas Geography Activities for Kids from KC Edventures.
Make these fun counting crafts with Christmas Grafts Children can Count and Color from J Daniels 4 Moms.
Christmas Literacy Activities from The Preschool Toolbox will get your kids reading more effectively.
Make science, technology and math all about santa with these Christmas Stem Challenges from Schooling a Monkey.
Christmas Activities Pack for Kids from Natural Beach Living are a fun way to get some holiday learning into your kids.
Your kids can be Santa’s Helper Decomposing Numbers Activity from You’ve Got This Math.
Storytelling skills will take off with these DIY Christmas Story Stones from Craft on Sea.
Check out these Santa Claus Teaching Ideas for Preschool and Kindergarten from The Mailbox.
Santa Claus Inspires Kids to do there Best with these learning activities from NorthPole Academy.
Help Save Santa’s Sleigh with this fun activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect.
Your kids will be learning about music, rhythm and fun when they sing the Santa Bingo Song from Play to Learn Preschool.
Study poetry and more with this Santa Poetry from Essential Learning Products.
Keep track of where Santa is on Christmas Eve with the Santa Tracker from Google
You get lots of learning choices with this huge list of Santa Worksheets from EdHelper.
Have a little play dough fun with this Cookies for Santa Printable Activity from Prek to K Pages
A Santa Says Printable from The Resourceful Mama can help your kids learn obedience and listening.
This Don’t Eat Santa Printable is a fun game for your preschool kids from Creations by Kara.
7 Santa Coloring Pages
This Santa Coloring Page is a beautiful and unique Santa from Red Ted Art
Saint Nicholas Coloring Page is another beautiful and unique Santa from Encouraging Moms at Home
You get lots of options with these Santa Claus Coloring Pages at Kids N Fun.
This Santa Coloring Page from Free Fun Christmas is a sweet choice.
Several Santa Claus Coloring Pages and Color-By Number from Activity Village will keep your kids busy for hours.
Choose from lots of options with these Santa Coloring Pages from ColoringWS
Go straight to the coloring experts with this Christmas Santa from Crayola.