- Choose some of these Holiday Activities to add to your Advent calendar. (Edventures with Kids)
- This Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar is such a special and meaningful way to celebrate the season. (Coffee Cups and Crayons)
- Wrap 25 holiday books and Label them for each day. Your child can unwrap one book a day until Christmas! (3 Dinosaurs)
- Children can color this Santa Countdown Calendar as they wait for the big day. (Speech Sprouts)
- Use these adorable printable templates for your child’s letter to Santa: HERE (Uncommon Designs Online), HERE (Kingdom of Azuria), HERE (Kids Activities Blog) and HERE (The Chirping Moms).
- If you’re looking for gift tags, download cute free ones from HERE (Happiness is Homemade) and HERE (Picklebums).
- These Gift Tags are great for a holiday teacher appreciation gift.
- Print this Gift Tracker to stay organized! (My Joy-Filled Life)
- After the presents are opened and enjoyed, be sure to have a set of Thank You cards on hand! (Across the Hall in 2nd Grade)
- Christmas Play Dough Mats (Gift of Curiosity) and more Play Dough Mats (Busy Little Bugs)
- Holiday Busy Bags (Lalymom)
- Lots(!) of coloring pages: HERE (Kids Activities Blog), HERE (Pink When), HERE (123 Homeschool 4 Me) and HERE (Itsy Bitsy Fun)
- Do-a-Dot Activities are a nice change from crayons. (Gift of Curiosity)
- My older kids really like to do word searches. Print from HERE (Happiness is Homemade) and HERE (No Time for Flashcards).
Keep the season magical and fun!
- Teachers will love this SANTA Song which is a cute way to teach the kiddos how to spell Santa!
- Holiday Charades (Childhood 101)
- Pack these Holiday Jokes in your child’s lunchbox in December! (Nurture Store)
- Mix up some Reindeer Food to sprinkle outside on Christmas Eve. (Curriculum Castle)
- Add some Cute Bag Tags (Dawn Melvin) or printable Labels. (Organised Housewife)
I’m a reading teacher, so of course I have to include free literacy resources! Any of these books would be perfect to print and practice over the holiday break.
- Christmas Tree Counting (Jennifer Hier)
- Make a Snowman
- Five Little Reindeer (Learn a Latte)
- Santa Likes Shapes (Little Miss Kindergarten)
- Who is with Baby Jesus? (Maria Manore)
- Christmas reader set (The Measured Mom)
- I See Christmas Reader (Erin Palleschi)
Finally, print out these little learning activities for hands-on practice with other preschool skills. Your child will be ready to return to school in January!
- Gingerbread Rhyming Game (Kinder Kids Fun)
- Marshmallow Math (The Measured Mom)
- Christmas Tree Counting Mats (Learn with Play at Home)
- Gingerbread Pirates worksheets (Free Homeschool Deals)
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