Preschool Christmas Activities

Hi everyone! I wanted to share my Preschool Christmas Activities for this year! We’re officially on break for school now, but we’re still having fun with preschool games, Christmas crafts (don’t worry, I’ll share!), holiday baking, Advent activities and Christmas Around the World! (I know, not really a break huh!)


So here’s what we have going on for Preschool this month:

Click here to download the entire Christmas Preschool Activity Pack

(Download Help: If your browser is not opening the file, try to RIGHT click on the above download link, then select “SAVE LINK AS” and you will be prompted to save the file to your hard drive.)

Roll a Christmas Tree: The game is simple, cut out the pieces (they’re on pg2 not shown here). Roll a die and place the piece of the puzzle indicated by the number rolled. Its a fun way to practice number recognition skills! I like these fun Giant Soft Dice


Candy Cane Counting: You can laminate these then write the number in the box, or if your child isn’t quite ready for writing, they can use the little number tiles on the last page.


Large Floor Numbers: I made these large floor numbers so that we can play a hopscotch type game. I call out a number and she jumps to it! You could also have them put the cards in numerical order. Today, she put them in a row in random order then said the number as she hopped on each one. These go from 1-20 for my K4 kiddo!


Ornament Number Cards: I use these with either mini-clothes pins, colored paper clips, or put a hole in them and have her attach chain links to them. Whatever you use, just have them put on the correct amount for the number on the card. These are also good for putting in numerical order. We put the correct amount of dominoes on each card based on its number.


Christmas Pre-writing practice: I laminate this and use with Expo Dry Erase Markers for pre-writing practice skills.


Christmas Star Counting: Simply count the ornaments on each tree, then place the correct star on top!


Candy Cane Lacing Card: Laminate and cut out then hole punch every inch or so. Use yarn or shoe laces to practice lacing skills!



Scavenger Hunt: Fill your box with things that represent Christmas Time!


Christmas Magnet Page: I use this with a cookie sheet and these pom-pom magnets I made from pom-poms and self-sticky magnets from the craft isle in Wal-mart. I also use these magnets from Amazon: Power Magnets, 0.78 inch Diameter, Assorted Colors


Candy Cane Poem and coloring page: Read the cute poem about Jesus and color the candy cane!


Christmas Cutting Practice: Print on regular copy paper then practice cutting along the lines provided.


Christmas Color By Number: Using the color key, color in the tree!


Christmas Do-A-Dot Page: We use Do-a-Dot Art Markers with this!


Christmas Pattern Activity: Use the game pieces to complete the pattern activity.


Candy Cane Color puzzles: Cut out each candy cane, then cut them in half for a color matching puzzle. Make sure to discuss colors of each candy cane when done!



Candy Cane Size Sort: Cut out each piece then put in order, smallest to largest.


Christmas Puzzle: Laminate and cut along the lines for a fun preschool puzzle.


Click here to download the entire Christmas Preschool Activity Pack

For more fun Christmas Printables visit:

Homeschool Creations

1+1+1’s Christmas Fun Page

Our Worldwide Classroom

Hope you enjoy and have a wonderful Christmas Season!



  1. That is some very cute stuff! Thanks for sharing, as always!

  2. Thank you! I've fallen way behind in doing preschool, but I am going to try to do this with mine. 🙂 They'll enjoy the focus on Christmas.Blessings!

  3. You're really a blessing from above 🙂 Thanks so much. Have a blessed Christmas with your hubby and little ones! From a thankful reader in Singapore.

  4. These are SO great and perfect fun projects for the kids during the Christmas. You are so creative. Thank you for sharing.Also, love your holiday crafts too. Your website has been a blessing.Happy Holidays to you all!God Bless. Kim from Napa, CA

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for these WONDERFUL Christmas activities! I am SURE they will be a hit at our house!Merry Christmas!Angie

  6. Thanks! My daughter will love this!!

  7. thank you for sharing.

  8. Perfect, festive resources that will be much loved and appreciated in our house. Thank you so much for sharing these. Truly AMAZING.

  9. So festive! Beautiful. Thank you!!!

  10. Oh, thank you so much! I am going to start using these right away! Also, I will have to link you up on my blog once again! You are my favorite blogger, for sure!

  11. You are so incredibly generous! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Thanks SO much for these fantastic printables! My preschool-age nephew is going on a LONG trip this holiday season >Iowa to Florida< and these activities will be perfect for keeping him occupied! Thanks again for your generosity and God bless!

  13. I'm so glad I found your website. I have a preschooler and I always find activities for older kids so this is great. If you don't mind I'm going to publish a link to this activity page b/c I'm sure my readers will enjoy this also! Thanks again, Kristina

  14. wow, thanks for sharing so many activities!

  15. Just so you know, I also linked to your worksheets at my printables site, Preschool Printables!Here's the link: Multi-Skill Christmas Themed PrintablesMerry Christmas!

  16. Wonderful! Have just shared this on my facebook page. Thank you for sharing x

  17. How awesome. Thank you for sharing this. My daughter will love doing these activities. 🙂

  18. Excellent blog and ideas! How do you find the time to design all this stuff…whew! I greatly appreciate your creativity 🙂

  19. You are amazing 🙂

  20. Perfect–thanks so much!!

  21. Ginny Marie says:

    I just found your site…you are such a great resource! Thank you for sharing!

  22. Love it!!! I will printing off many of these! I also adore your blog! So many fun ideas!

  23. Love your printables! Thank you so much!!

  24. Wow, theseare so awesome. Thank you for sharing these excellent creations!

  25. Love them! Would you be able to make some rhyming cards sometime for rhyming sorts? Pictures with words (Ex.ran, can, fan, man cat, hat, mat etc.)

  26. Thanks for sharing! I love your ideas! 🙂

  27. AMY: Thanks for the idea, I'll put it in my suggestion box and see what I can do :o)

  28. Than you sooo much. My little girl has been bugginh me for art activities. I really can't afford to go and buy a bunch of stuff. This really is a blessing.

  29. AMAZING. Thanks so much for sharing!

  30. As always your printables are fabulous. I will be featuring them on and thanks for linking up to the first week of Christmas Fun. 🙂

  31. is anyone else having trouble downloading these?

  32. Yes, I am also unable to download these. The error I get is that the files have been moved or are no longer available. Help. Thank you, Erica.

  33. I too cannot download the files 🙁 I just keep getting a page that says connection was reset..problem loading page.

  34. Thanks so much and Merry Christmas!!

  35. TROUBLE DOWNLOADING: Hi everyone, I just checked the download and it is working for me. Make sure you aren't clicking on the individual pics, but where it says "Click here to download" here's the 4shared link:

  36. thanks for these great printables! I will be using several of these this month!

  37. Anonymous says:

    Your printables are so cool!! what computer program do you use to create them?

  38. ANONYMOUS: Here is my post on making your own printables :o)

  39. Wow! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas.

  40. Hi, stumble upon your page and love this Christmas card idea. I link your blog to my post here: Hopefully you won't mind.Can't wait to print this for my tot!

  41. Thanks for creating and sharing your wonderful activities pack! I've never seen a Christmas magnet page before – great idea! I just featured your page on the Living Montessori Now Facebook page at

  42. I cant seem to get the link to download it to work….is there any other way I can get this? Thanks

  43. MELISSA: I'd need to know what problem you are having to help you out. Can you email me at homeschoolerconfessions at gmail dot com please with specifics? Thanks!

  44. Erica,Just wanted you to know that today, we are having three little homeschool friends over to our home for a playdate / homeschool date and that we are going to do a few of these pages and talk about the origin of the Christmas tree coming from Germany. Then, we are going to make and decorate some gingerbread lollipops. I am not adding new posts to my blog until this weekend, as I have a huge post up that talks about discounts, freebies, and giveaways (and I have mentioned your awesome blog and have several links to you throughout this massive post, BTW), but then, over the weekend, when I do new blog posts, I will add photos of us using a few of your sheets from this packet and making our lollipops and will link back to your post here. Thanks so much for your generosity! We just love your creations:)Have a happy day today,Colleen

  45. Hey, I kind of have a weird request. I love this printable and desperately want it . . .but it's the 4Shared link that I don't understand. Here's why: I'm a military wife in Japan, and because my ip address is Japan the whole 4Shared website comes up in Japanese!!! So except for a few romanji (English) words I can't read a thing. I have NO idea what it is and NO idea what I'm downloading to my computer when I hit the download button and NO idea how to actually get your printable! This happens with random websites, no clue why because it doesn't happen with every one, just certain ones, and for some reason it's happening here. If you could just explain what this is–is it a software, do I need it to get the printable, is the printable free or am I agreeing to purchase it, etc–I would greatly appreciate it. Sorry for the weirdness.

  46. Tanya Stone says:

    NEVER MIND!! I figured it out. 😀 Thanks for doing this! Merry Christmas!

  47. Thanks a lot. Happy Christmas. Blessings, Daisy xx

  48. We have had so much fun with this today. And my DD asked if we could do some more tomorrow. Thanks for sharing.

  49. I was wondering if you had any plans for a Thanksgiving pack. We’re going to my family for Thanksgiving and although we’re technically taking a school break, I thought it would be fun to take a pack of stuff with us to show my parents, etc. Obviously, any week would work, I just thought a Thanksgiving pack would be awesome 🙂

  50. I was planning ahead and wanting to print some of these off but I can’t get it to download correctly, could you please check the link? Thanks for all that you do!

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