Try these no-prep and low-prep Christmas worksheets and activities that will engage your kiddos.
Looking to mix it up in your classroom or at home?
From working fine motor skills to getting them moving, everyone will love these Christmas worksheets and activities!
Best of all, you don’t need to spend a lot of time to enjoy these activities yourself. This post contains affiliate links.
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No-Prep Christmas Worksheets and Activities
Each I spy game included in this pack has two pages: one with the game sheet and one with a page to record the answers.
A fun, creative digital download that includes the templates for 11 different hats to encourage children to practice coloring, scissor skills, glue use and pretend play!
The following Holiday Hats are included in the templates: unicorns, Santa, reindeer, panda, elephant, cat, owl, bear, rabbit, and penguin.
Practice fine motor, gross motor, visual perceptual and handwriting activities with this no-prep, fun, December themed packet.
December themed Brain Breaks includes 5 brain break spinners, Roll Some December Brain Breaks and Calm Down poem.
Make this Christmas season your child’s very best ever!
Practical activity plans are perfect to embrace the holiday season with your kids!
Simple enough that they fit in easily to your already hectic schedule.
Fun Christmas game to challenge visual perceptual skills. Five Find and Color pages included! No prep needed – just print and play!
Get kids practicing early math skills with these hands-on math games.
Pretend to be a caroler, cardinal, and candy cane!
Download these 56 digital Christmas yoga cards to learn through movement in your home, classroom, or studio.
Color coded paper is beneficial to many kids for several reasons.
Kids can address handwriting needs when presented with color specific lines.
Knowing where to place their pencil to start and stop pencil strokes can help with legibility.
Activities to cut, sequence, paste and learn to draw 15 different holiday themed pictures for December.
This activity encourages: scissor practice, fine motor skills, motor planning and visual motor skills.
This six page instant download pack is all about the Elf.
These pages encourages learning and fine motor development.
One page is for manuscript and one page is for cursive.
Each page is decorated for Christmas and includes lines for writing your letter to Santa.
Get 30 Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa sensory motor ideas and activities including 9 printable pages to compliment the activity ideas.
The ideas are fun, novel and creative to help celebrate the December holidays.
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