Preschool Worksheets with Tracing Activities
Preschool Worksheets for Valentines Day is a great way to get kids to practice their tracing. Kids trace Valentine Words and Letters with cute valentine characters that they can color afterwards. Kids can trace “L is for love”, “C is for cupid”, and “V is for valentine”. Kids can practice tracing Valentine words with the Valentine’s Day Words tracing worksheet.
Easy to trace letters helps kids develop their fine motor skills.
Valentines Day Cut and Paste Worksheets
Kids can cut out the Valentines day pictures and paste them on plain or colored paper to make a Valentines day scene. Have them count the hearts before they cut them out to practice their counting skills.
After the kids have completed their preschool tracing worksheets, challenge them with writing the words on a plain paper or have them create their own tracing pages with dots in the shape of the letters.
Valentines Day Treats
Use lollipops to make colorful Valentines Day Treats. Cover lollipops with candy wrappers or add labels to lollipop sticks by punching a hole at the top and bottom of the label and weave the stick through. Search the stores for red heart lollipops to add the labels to or use everyday red lollipops. Kids can write their name and hand them out at school to classmates. Make lollipops special this Valentine’s Day with fun covers and labels.
Valentines Day treats that have special messages for friends and family. Surprise someone by placing them into school lunches, classmates and teachers desks.
Easy DIY Valentines Day Lollipops, just print out on card stock or plain paper, cut them out and cover the lollipop or weave them through the stick. That’s it!
Happy Valentines Day!
Send Valentine Candygrams to the special people in your class, teachers or family members on Valentines Day. Choose from a a variety of candy grams that are sure to please the sweet tooth.
Valentines Day Candygrams
Kids can give Valentines Day Candygrams to friends, family and teachers that will put a smile on their face. Choose from ready-made candygrams or one to color and personalize.
Print candygrams that say:
“I’m Stuck on You” bubblegum candygram
“You’re a Lifesaver” lifesavers candygram
“From your class of Smarties” smarties candygrams
“Secret Admirer” candygrams
“You’re Beary Special” gummy bear Gram
“Sweetheart” sweethearts candygrams
“I’m a Sucker for You” lollipop candygram
Print these Candygrams on stock paper, tape candy to the Candygram and write a special message.
Kids can make these cute candygrams for friends, classmates and teachers. Surprise them by placing one on their desk to keep them guessing who their secret admirer is. Place a candygram in mom or dads lunch bag or stick one to the front door before they leave for work. Mail one to grandma and grandpa and put a smile on their face!
Wrap a Valentines day gift with a candygram on top instead of a card. Add a candygram to a flower bouquet or a stick balloon to make it extra special.
Draw Christmas Pictures by Completing the Scenes
Draw Christmas Pictures by completing Christmas Bear, Santa Claus, Snowman and Christmas Tree scenes. Kids follow the smaller image on the page to complete the scene. Add other characters to the scene to make it extra special. Color the pictures afterwards to hang up. Drawing pictures helps younger kids to improve on their fine motor skills by using a pencil to draw and crayons to color.
Draw Christmas Pictures with Santa Claus
Santa is missing something, can you draw it in the “Draw Santa Claus” drawing page. Hurry and draw the snow hill for Santa Claus before his sled goes off the edge in the “Santa Sled Drawing Scene” page.
Draw Christmas Bear
Complete the Christmas bear by copying the picture.
Draw Christmas Tree Decorations
This Christmas tree needs some presents under it to surprise the kids, draw some presents.
Draw a Snowman
Help Sammy win the snowman building contest by drawing him a great snowman.
Fun Christmas Pictures to draw and show off your drawing skills.
Kids Free Printable Christmas Coloring Pages for the Holidays
Lots of free printable Christmas coloring pages for the kids to color during the holiday season. Kids can choose from Santa Claus, Reindeer, Christmas Trees, Stocking Stuffers, Angels, Christmas Animals and other fun Christmas Holiday themed coloring pages. There’s also a variety of nativity scenes to color. Print a small Christmas coloring book to take along with you. Great activity to bring along while travelling, dining, visiting or playtime activities.
Small Christmas Coloring Book
Print and cut out these fun Christmas themed pictures and staple together as a book. There are four pages to print with Santa Claus, Christmas Tree, Christmas animals, Angel, Gingerbread Man and more. Small compact book that you can take anywhere.
Santa Claus Coloring Pages
Color a variety of Santa Claus coloring pages with Santa at work, riding his sleigh, going down the chimney, Santa with countdown clock, riding an airplane, Santa with his Christmas wish list and so many more free Santa coloring pages.
Christmas Angels Coloring Pages
Color Christmas Angels blowing a trumpet, flying high in the sky and wearing a halo.
Christmas Tree Coloring Pages
Color Christmas Trees with bright lights and colorful toys underneath. There’s even a dog pulling a Christmas tree as a toy.
Nativity Coloring Pages
Nativity Scenes to color with baby Jesus in a manger, Mary looking at baby Jesus, Shepherd Boy, Wisemen with shining star and more.
Christmas Animals Coloring Pages
Christmas Animals to color for the holiday season. Kids can color a Christmas penguins, puppy or moose.
Choose many more Free Christmas Coloring Pages with holiday themes.
Holiday Christmas Worksheets for Kids
Fun Christmas Worksheets for the kids to complete during the Christmas holidays. Choose from Symmetry, Math, Tracing, Color by Numbers, Find the Letters, Cut & Paste, Spot the Difference, Christmas Match and more.
Christmas Math Worksheets
Kids can show off their math skills by learning fractions the Christmas wreath way, drawing Christmas pictures with skip counting or adding up holiday characters with Christmas Math.
Cut and Paste Activities
Show off your skills with adding Christmas characters to cut and paste holiday themes. Choose from eight different Christmas themes. Cut and paste Christmas trees, Christmas bulbs and Snowman.
Christmas Spot the Difference Activities
Can you spot the difference with these fun worksheet activities? Spot the difference with Snowmen, Penguins, Bears and Angels.
Christmas Tracing Pages
Trace Christmas holiday words and pictures such as Snowman, Santa Claus, Presents, Wish List and more.
Christmas Alphabet and Number Activities
Learn to recognize the alphabet and numbers in these holiday picture worksheets. Color by numbers Santa Claus, find the numbers in a Christmas Tree , Boy making a snow ball, or Santa Claus Reindeer picture. Circle the letters to spell Christmas in this Santa’s Wish List or spell Snowman in this winter picture.
Christmas Holiday Letterhead
Kids can use these Christmas Holiday Themed Letterhead to write Santa a letter, send a note to family members or write that special message to the teacher. Choose from nine designs with holiday pictures such as Holiday Nutcracker, Santa Claus, Angel and Christmas Tree.
Christmas Symmetry Activities
Kids will enjoy their drawing skills with Christmas Symmetry themes. Choose from twelve different characters to complete the other halves. Have the kids draw the equal side to each picture.
Find these and more fun Holiday Christmas Worksheets for Kids.
Kids will love these Christmas Cut and Paste holiday worksheets that they cut out and paste to complete. Cut and Paste Bear, Cut and Paste Christmas Tree, Cut and Paste Snowman, Cut and Paste Stickers and gift wrap.
Christmas Cut and Paste Tree
Cut out the Christmas ornaments and decorations and paste them on the Christmas tree. Kids can choose from two different Christmas trees to cut and paste bulbs onto. Kids can cut out the Christmas trees when they are done and hang them on the Christmas Tree, door knob, or fridge. If the kids would like to add more color to their trees they can add stickers, sparkles or add glue stick to areas of the trees before adding confetti.
Christmas Cut and Paste Bear
Christmas cut and paste bear for kids to cut and paste the missing parts. Can the kids figure out where the pieces go? Color the picture after all the missing parts are pasted onto the bear.
Christmas Cut and Paste Snowman
This Christmas cut and paste snowman is incomplete. Have the kids cut and paste the snowman back together again with the missing parts. Color the snowman afterwards.
Christmas Cut and Paste Stickers
Use these Christmas cut and paste stickers to add to holiday art work, cards, projects and writing paper. They can also be used to make special holiday greeting cards.
Christmas Cut and Paste Gift Tags and Wrap
Kids can use these Christmas cut and paste gift tags and wrap to complete presents, school projects, art projects and more. Kids can cut and paste the gift tags to cardboard or heavy stock paper they cut out. Punch a hole using a hole punch to add string or ribbon to attach to gifts. Don’t forget to add your name on the back of the gift tags.
Twelve Days of Christmas Cut and Paste
Print, cut and paste these Twelve days of Christmas characters onto a sheet of paper while singing the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. Challenge the kids to see if they remember the order in which the characters are listed in the song. Choose colored or black and white characters to color. Kids can color the picture afterwards while singing the song.
Fun and simple Christmas Cut and Paste activities for the kids to do during the festive season. Hang up the pictures at home or school to show the kids what a great job they’ve accomplished with cutting and pasting.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Activities with coloring pages, worksheets, games, puzzles, counting and sing-along printables.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Worksheets
Fun worksheets with counting activities. Count turtle doves, french hens, and pipers piping. Color the pictures and write down how many are in the song. Cut out the The Twelve Days of Christmas characters and paste them in the correct order according to the song. Sort the Christmas characters into the proper sequence.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Games
Play 12 Days of Christmas Bingo with all the characters in the song. Print the Twelve Days of Christmas Match game by placing the cards face down and turning two cards up to see if you have a match. Play a fun Tic Tac Toe game or be challenged with a character Christmas maze.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Puzzles
Play the Christmas Crossword or Word Search puzzles and see if you can guess or find all the names to the characters that belong in the song.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Sing-a-long Printables
Fun Twelve Days of Christmas printable stickers, bookmarks to make, ruled paper to write on, Twelve Days of Christmas poster, door hanger, sing-along lyrics and signs.
The Twelve Days of Christmas Coloring Pages
Color all the characters in The Twelve Days of Christmas song coloring pages. There’s a coloring page for each character. Color and count the character pages to see how many of each character belongs in the song.
Use these fun Christmas printables for home, daycare and school. Put the students in groups and have each group sing one of the days to the theme song while holding up the printable signs. At home the kids can hold up the correct sign in sequence to the song. The Twelve Days of Christmas song is great for counting and math activities.
Fun Christmas Crafts for Kids
Simple Christmas crafts for kids with finger puppets to put on a Christmas show, Christmas reindeer garlands to hang on the wall, a cotton ball snowman to hang on the fridge, Christmas bulbs and ornaments to hang on the tree and candy cane reindeer to hand out. Easy to print and fun to make for the kids at Christmas time.
Christmas Finger Puppets Craft
Kids can make finger puppets and put on a Christmas show for the family or at school. Print six finger puppets such as Santa Claus, Rudolf the Reindeer, Christmas Angel, Santa Elf, the Gingerbread Man, and a Christmas Tree. Cut out the finger puppets, wrap and tape around a finger or stick. Tape or bend the stand to make them stand on their own.
Christmas Garlands Craft
Make a snowman or reindeer garland by printing the garlands and taping together. Mix and match the garland pieces to make a reindeer snowman garland and use string to hang up around the home.
Christmas Cotton Ball Santa Claus
The kids can make a cotton ball Santa Claus to hang up on a tree, wall, or fridge. Color Santa Claus and then add cotton balls on his beard, mustache and parts of his hat, cut him out and hang him up.
Christmas Tree Crafts
Make Christmas Tree Ornaments in the shape of bulbs. Choose from stockings, reindeer paper colored bulbs and cute snowmen paper ornaments. There’s even paper bulbs for the kids to color.
Christmas Candy Cane Craft
The kids will have fun making candy cane hearts and candy cane reindeer to hang up on the tree or give as gifts to family and friends. Easy to make using a glue gun, candy canes, chenille stems, pom poms, wiggly eyes and gift string.
Keep the kids entertained with these easy to make Christmas Crafts.
Dear Santa Letters for the kids to get an early start to writing a letter to Santa for the holidays. Surprise the kids this Christmas season with a letter from Santa.
Dear Santa Letters
Printable Dear Santa Letters for the kids to write their Christmas wish lists or just a note to Santa. Choose from blank or ruled paper with Santa Clause and other Christmas theme pictures. Use these Santa letter templates for the kids to write about their accomplishments for the year and what they would like to improve. Encourage the kids to write about what they have done to make someone happy and what good deeds they would like to do in the future. Christmas wish lists are great to add to letters to help Santa know what is on the kids lists. Lists don’t have to be just about receiving gifts, it can also be about what kids would like to do with family or with friends. Help the kids think about special outings or travel trips they would like to take.
Letter from Santa
Kids will get super excited receiving a letter from Santa. Letters can include “I received your letter about your special requests…” or “thanks for that super note”. Surprise them with a Santa letter asking for their Christmas Wish List for this year.
Dear Santa Letters are a great way to encourage kids to write and use critical thinking in a letter format. Young kids can start to practice writing in a letter format (Dear Santa, the body of the letter and Sign the letter). Older kids can write a persuasive letter to Santa explaining why they think they should be granted with their special requests.
Santa Letter writing is not only for home but can also be used as a school classroom project.