Before we know it Christmas will be here, so today I am sharing my Christmas Learning Printables package.
Seriously though, where has this year gone?
I feel like it went from summer to winter in the blink of an eye!
Bella loves learning … like really loves learning.
I’m definitely not complaining, I really enjoy watching her read books above her grade level and be so into learning.
She is forever asking questions, and not just the usual “why” kids ask, she digs deep and wants to know everything!
This is one of my most printed learning packages with over 20,000 downloads and counting.
Christmas Learning Printables
Keep your little ones busy, and learning, with these fun Christmas Learning Printables.
This package is filled with 29 educational pages for preschool to kindergarten-aged kids.
It is the perfect way to keep the kids occupied during the Christmas break from school!
To get multiple uses out of your package, and pass it down to another child, I suggest laminating it.
Here is a preview of some of the 38 pages included in the package.
This package comes with 5 different Christmas themed colouring sheets to keep your little one busy!
You can laminate it before or after they colour the picture.
If laminating after they colour the picture tell them to wait to trace the word until laminated.
The one counting rows sheet will help them learn to count and print numbers.
There is one counting practice sheet which helps your child learn number recognition and counting skills.
The find the Christmas items sheet will help your child learn to find things that fit with a theme.
Five different learn to print pages will help them learn word and letter recognition as well as printing skills by tracing the word and letters.
The letter recognition page will help them learn and recognize the letters of the alphabet by finding the first letter of the word of the picture.
Matching fun helps with word and object recognition.
This fun maze page will help them learn problem-solving skills as they make their way through the maze and come across dead ends.
The three spelling practice sheets will help with word recognition, spelling, as well as printing skills.
Three alphabet practice sheets will help fine-tune printing skills by tracing the upper and lower case letters.
It also helps to teach letter recognition and upper and lower case letters.
Two number practice sheets will help fine-tune printing skills by tracing the upper and lower case letters.
It also helps to teach number recognition.
Fine motor skills are put to the test with this line tracing page.
The which one is bigger learning sheet will help your child recognize size difference.
There is also a which one is smaller learning sheet to help your child recognize size difference.
The “my name is” page is a great tool to help your little one learn to print their own name.
You can write their full name in the first space to help them visualize it.
Fine motor skills are so important and this mat will encourage the growth of those and their creativity.
Using playdough they can create their own snowman scene.
Download Your Christmas Learning Printables Package
Preserve Your Printables
I laminate all of Bella’s learning sheets so she can use a dry erase marker on them.
This allows them to be used more than once and handed down to my nephew or niece later on
If you have little ones, a laminator is a great investment!
Amazon is where I bought my laminator, and where I buy all of my laminating pouches.
They have the best deal on laminating pouches, cheaper than Walmart (I checked), so buy them from Amazon if you don’t have any at home!
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