Add some extra fun to your holiday season with these free printable activities for kids. From advent calendars to homemade cards to the cutest printable nativity set you ever did see, there’s plenty to choose from:
1. Jesse Tree Ornaments
2. Handprint Calendar
3. Advent Chain
4. Nativity Set
5. Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar
6. Color-Me Christmas Cards
7. Disguise kit
8. Happy “Owl”-idays Bookmark Cards
9. Christmas Mad Libs
These Jesse Tree ornaments are a great way to celebrate advent as you color an ornament and read a related Bible verse that represents part of the lineage of Christ. The tree begins with creation and stretches through the Old and New Testaments all the way to the birth of Jesus!
A handprint calendar makes a great gift for the grandparents and is really fun to make too! Simply add a seasonal handprint to each month of this printable calendar template and tie it together with ribbon for a gift that is sure to be treasured.
Combine a Christmas countdown chain with an advent calendar with this fun printable advent chain that includes a variety of fun activities for your holiday season.
This adorable printable nativity set comes in both black-and-white and color. Color your own set or just cut out the full-color version for a paper nativity that kids will love to play with!
Focus on giving this holiday season with this random acts of kindness advent calendar. Cut out the 25 random acts of kindness and add them to a jar or basket so that you can take turns choosing one for each day of advent.
These color-me Christmas cards are perfect for friends, teachers and grandparents. Print out the cards and let your kids color the design on the front and add a note on the inside. It’s a fun activity and a thoughtful gift!
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Use this printable disguise kit to make paper or felt glasses, lips and mustaches for photo props or just to be silly. These would be fun stocking stuffers as well!
Make paperclip bookmarks and slide them onto these Happy “Owl”-idays postcards for a sweet gift for classmates or neighborhood friends!
What happens when you combine a Christmas carol with the classic Mad Libs game? Find out with Christmas Libs: The Let It Snow Remix as you practice the parts of speech and create your own hilarious version of this carol.
|Mandi Ehman is the founder and publisher behind Life…Your Way and the co-author of All in Good Time, as well as a wife and the homeschooling mom to four beautiful girls. She lives with her family on a little slice of heaven in wild, wonderful West Virginia and loves coffee, chocolate, easy meals, beautiful things and minimalist spaces.|