Christmas will be here before you know it, and as I prepare activities for my little ones, I have been keeping an eye out for Free Christmas Printables for Preschoolers that I can share with you! I have pinned loads of cute things, and I want to share my absolute favorites with you here in this post!
Let’s get started!
This Christmas Sampler includes a variety of samples from Lavinia Pop’s collection of Christmas resources! There is definitely enough here to keep us busy as we look forward to the holidays! Literacy Worksheets, Picture Scrambles, Flip Books, and More!
I love that she also offers this Nativity-Themed Collection!
These Christmas Printables for Preschoolers by Itsy Bitsy Fun include simple worksheets, file folder games, and other fun activities – My favorite is the Christmas Playdoh Mats!
The crew over at The 36th Avenue has put together this adorable collection of Christmas printables – loads of fun things to spark your little one’s imagination – Decorate a Christmas Tree, Build Your Own Gingerbread House, Play Dress Up with Christmas Characters, Play Christmas Bingo, and more!
My kids love Do-a-Dot Activities, and these Christmas-themed ones from Gift of Curiosity are super fun!
This Snowman Dice Game is the perfect way to incorporate math in to your holiday festivities! I love when my kiddos are learning – while at the same time playing a fun game, and this dice activity makes that possible!
Throughout the Christmas season, I love to follow along with an advent reading schedule and this one designed around The Jesus Storybook Bible has been our absolute favorite, and I know you will love it, too!
Last but not least, I am completely crazy about this next printable – What a powerful way to encourage your little ones to remain focused on the reason for the season.
My kiddos have also enjoyed this adorable Gingerbread Baby Packet from Homeschool Creations and these super fun Christmas Nativity Q-Tip Painting Pages from 1+1+1+1.
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