More Free Christmas Printables

Christmas Printables

Christmas Printables – Christmas Stocking

The Christmas stocking can be decorated in a number of ways – collage, crayons, felt pens, colouring pencils and don’t forget to add some sparkle with sequins and glitter.

Alternatively, children can either draw toys they would like for Christmas on the stocking or draw them on a separate piece of paper, cut them out and stick them on. Younger children may find it easier to cut out catalogue pictures of toys that they would like and stick those on.

Concertina Characters

These cute concertina characters come to life once they have had their arms and legs added. Show the children how to concertina a strip of paper, making folds in opposite directions to create a spring effect. This is an excellent way to develop fine motor control along with hand-eye coordination. Add hands to the arms and feet to the legs and attach to the cut out characters.

Snow Globe

Any number of snowy scenes can be added to this snow globe. Use glitter or sequins to create snowflakes.

Candles

These Christmas candles can either be collaged or coloured.

Christmas Printables – Christmas Decorations

Cut out the characters, add ribbon to hang.

Christmas Printables – Christmas Jumper

Children can use their imagination and a variety of materials to decorate this Christmas jumper.

Christmas Printables – Christmas Colouring

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If you would like more Christmas printables visit my blogs on Christmas Maths, and Elf Printables.

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