Simple Christmas Printables

Simple Christmas Printables

We have had a manic week & although I’ve taken lots of photos, I haven’t had chance to do anything with them yet. So instead of my usual post, I thought I’d share some of the simple Christmas printables I’ve made over the years. I will post photos from our Christmas-y fun this week, but will share them in the next couple of weeks.

As always, please note that I am not a professional ‘printable-creator’ & I don’t have special software. These are just activities I’ve made to use with the children in my class & I thought they might save you a little time. Wherever possible there is blank version within the printable, so that you can add your own numbers, shapes, letters etc…

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Numbered Christmas Trees

Identify the number in the star & decorate the tree with the same number of loose parts. This is an image from my very first blog post, nearly a year ago, when I didn’t know what I was doing as far as blogging is concerned… 😉

Christmas counting from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Numbered Christmas Trees from Rachel (“,)

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Decorate the Tree

This was originally intended for some sticker fun, but I ended up enlarging it to A3 & using it with loose parts. It’s a sectioned tree with the numbers 1-10, although there is a also a tree which has no numbers printed…

Decorating the Tree (FREE printable) - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Sectioned Tree for Decorating from Rachel (“,)

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Fine-Motor Sticker Fun

There are lots of examples of this online – simple Christmas Pictures to use with stickers. Great for those fine-motor skills & the activity is easily differentiated with different sized stickers…

Fine-Motor Sticker Fun with FREE Christmas Printables - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Christmas Pictures for Stickers from Rachel (“,)

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Christmas Tree Game

Very similar to the Owl Game I shared with you last week. Roll the dice & cover the corresponding number with a ‘decoration’. Blank ones included for your own challenges, if you wish…

Christmas Tree Game (FREE printable) - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Christmas Trees Game from Rachel (“,)

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Simple Christmas Shape Pictures

Just a few simple examples of pictures the children could create with shapes…

Simple Christmas Shape Picture Cards (FREE printable) - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Simple Christmas Shape Pictures from Rachel (“,)

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Fine Motor Pom-Pom Fun

Use the tweezers to place pom-poms in the circles…

Fine-Motor Pom-Pom Game (FREE printable) - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Christmas Tree for Pom-Poms from Rachel (“,)

I have also set one up to print to A3 (you might need to select the print-to-A3 option on your printer), which you can download here: Christmas Tree of r Pom-Poms – A3 Version from Rachel (“,)

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Snowman Counting

I actually tend not to have snowmen as a feature at Christmas time, as it so rarely snows where we are in the Christmas period (it’s usually January or February, if we get it at all), but I know lots of you do so I’m sharing this here.

This was an activity I saw on Pinterest at the very beginning of this year (from mama.papa.bubba) & I made my own to go alongside some ‘winter’ activities…

Snowman Counting (FREE printable) - from Rachel (",)

Download it here: Snowmen 1-10 Hats from Rachel (“,)

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Just a few ideas. I’ve made lots of things over the years, but can only share the ones with images I’ve created (or taken) myself, due to copyright. If I come across more in my (many) files, I’ll share them. Hope you find these useful 🙂

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18 Comments

  1. Thank you Rachel. We were due to start ‘Christmas’ last week but due to one thing and another it didn’t happen – I’m not letting it escape me this one!

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    • Hope you manage to get started this week 😉

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  2. Really appreciate these resources! A good find!

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    • Glad you think you’ll find them useful, Tony (“,)

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  3. Sooo creative Rachel!! Thank you so much!!!

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    • Glad you like them, Caroline! (“,)

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  4. Thank you Rachel
    I’m going to use the Christmas tree game next week
    Jo x

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    • Hope they enjoy it, Jo! x

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  5. Thank you for sharing these Rachel. I’ve just discovered your site and I’m so glad to have found it. Great ideas and so beautifully presented!

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    • Thank you for the lovely comment, Dawn! (“,)

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  6. Amazing resources, as ever! Thanks so much for sharing, I can feel the laminator on overdrive this week!!

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    • Thanks Emma! Have fun! 😉

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  7. Been busy cutting out trees to use next week…
    Thanks for sharing your ideas! Your blogs are always inspiring

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    • Thank you Gill!
      Enjoy the trees 😉

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  8. Fantastic! I will be using all of these ideas,thanks so much!

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    • You are very welcome, Elaine! So pleased you might find them useful 🙂

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  9. Thank you! I’ve been following you on IG and FB for years but now I’ve stumbled across your blog! I’m super EXCITED! Your learning invitations are outstanding!

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    • That made me smile, Tanya!
      I always assume people know about my blog because I often mention it, but I guess people often just look at the pictures without reading what goes with them. Busy lives! 🙂
      Thanks for the lovely comment!

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