With Christmas coming up in few weeks, we have put together a little freebie for you! If you’re a homeschooler, parent, teacher or mom (like me!) you can simply print our free Christmas printable pack for preschoolers and use it for letter recognition, tracing, sizing, coloring and more! Enjoy and Merry Christmas!
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT TO FIND IN OUR CHRISTMAS PRINTABLE PACK?
All of our printable packs are 6 pages + cover and they are not too heavy on color so you can save some ink when printing them out!
Each of the pack will have inside:
- page with sizing,
- counting (number recognition)
- beginner addition – this page can be laminated and used to clip the number with clothespins instead of circling the number,
- prewriting page (can be used for scissor practice),
- letter recognition (can use dot marker instead of plain old pen)
- coloring page
In Christmas pack we used cute graphics of:
- Christmas tree
- snowflakes and more!
EXTEND LEARNING WITH BOOKS ABOUT CHRISTMAS
Dot may be the littlest reindeer in the North Pole, but she has a big desire to help Santa pull his sleigh! But Dot just can’t seem to fly the right way, no matter how hard she runs, leaps, and kicks. Will Dot learn to fly, or is the littlest reindeer just too little?
Santa’s parents think their little one is absolutely wonderful, even though he has a booming voice instead of a baby’s gurgle, loves to stand in front of the refrigerator, gives his birthday presents away, trains his hamsters to pull a matchbox sleigh … and has an unusual interest in chimneys. The adorably funny portrait of an oddball kid who fulfills his destiny – and two very proud parents.
Christmas is coming, and one little girl wants nothing more than a hippopotamus to play with and enjoy. But will Santa Claus and her parents make her Christmas wish come true?
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO WITH TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS AROUND CHRISTMAS?
My kids enjoy sensory bins and we usually set up a Christmas themed sensory bin for kids to explore different items and their textures. Because it’s always a good thing to get them busy, try making a torn paper Christmas wreath (great fine motor workout) or prepare few Christmas busy bags ahead of time.
Don’t miss out on other free printables for upcoming holidays:
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