This printable lined paper template includes a colorful Christmas tree and colorful lines for your youngster to write on.
Please use any of the printable Christmas worksheets below in your classroom or at home. Just click on the worksheet title to view details about the PDF and print or download to your computer. All worksheets are free to print.
Celebrate the holidays while you keep your Preschool students engaged in the class with these helpful, fun Christmas activities! Your students will enjoy a variety of worksheets and coloring pages found in this Christmas Theme Pack of holiday printables focusing on letters, numbers, and colors. These resources are great for use both at home and in the classroom!
See what your students come up with when you hand out this worksheet and have them write an acrostic poem about Christmas.
In this worksheet, your youngster will match the Christmas words to the words that rhyme.
This Christmas activity will help your students in learning how to find a vowel by using names on a Christmas stocking!
This fun Christmas match game will help your student learn the vowels and practice memory skills.
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Christmas Activity on the long o sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a long o sound red, and the spaces with words that have a short o sound any color they like.
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Christmas Activity on the short o sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a short o sound red, and the spaces with words that have a long o sound any color they like.
Have fun in the classroom celebrating the holidays as you practice identifying adjectives with this fun, educational coloring page! Color each of the shapes that have an adjective in it red, and the other shapes with any color you like. Once all of the shapes have been filled in, the picture of a festive stocking and candy canes will appear!
Each space has a holiday word written on it. Students will be asked to color each word with a different color. For example, color the spaces with ‘tree’ green, ‘candle’ grey, ‘elf’ blue, and so on. You’ll be surprised to find a fun ‘Ho Ho Ho!’ illustration when all the spaces are colored!
A Christmas worksheet for students to write about their own Christmas trees! Fun for all students and a great creative activity!
Encourage your students in their writing skills with this Christmas wish writing activity.
Each of the elves in this printable Christmas worksheet needs a name. Students will be asked to name each elf by combining a syllable from Column A with a syllable from Column B. For example, combine the syllable “twee” with the syllable “zo” to get the name “Tweezo”. Have your students give it a try!
You little one will have to find her way through this delightful Christmas maze of candy canes.
In this worksheet, your student will use adjectives to describe a sparkling Christmas tree.
Everyone loves to solve a mystery! Here’s a Christmas worksheet where all your students can break the code!
Ready, Set, Go! See how many words you can make with this holiday lights activity!
Teach your students the difference between adjectives and adverbs with this Christmas classroom activity.
Have our youngster practice her writing skills with this special Christmas writing prompt.
Practice writing synonyms and antonyms with this Christmas Words Activity. Students will be asked to read a list of holiday themed words and write a synonym and antonym for each given word. For example, write a synonym and antonym for “dashing”.