Use these free printable Christmas activities for kids for families or for school.
Free Printable Christmas Activities for Kids
We have so many fun Christmas activities that you can print for free. If you need Christmas party activities for a school or church Christmas party these printable Christmas activities are perfect for you.
Print the Fun Christmas Activities
Christmas Ornament I Spy – Help kids get quiet time while learning and without a screen.
Christmas Emoji Game – See if you can decode the different Christmas songs using the emoji clues.
Christmas Word Search – Print this festive sheet and get some quiet time without resorting to screens.
Christmas Service Bingo – Use this bingo board to add some fun to Christmas service and get some service ideas.
Christmas Bingo – Print these fun Christmas bingo pages for free and play bingo.
I Spy Christmas Trees – Find the different Christmas trees and get yourself some quiet time.
Christmas Scavenger Hunt – Go see some Christmas lights and hunt for different things.
Christmas Coloring Pages – Print these fun coloring pages for kids or adults to color.
I Spy Christmas Game – Print this game for some fun but easy quiet time with the kids.
Christmas Charades, Headbandz, or Head’s Up Game – Use these Christmas themed cards to play a number of games.
Christmas Countdown – Print this fun Christmas advent and change the number each day.
I Spy Nativity Game – Find the different people and animals from the Nativity.
Christmas Don’t Eat Pete Game – Grab a few candies and play a fun Christmas themed game of Don’t Eat Pete.
Christmas Ornament Crafts – Just print these ornaments and color them for a fun craft.
For best results, save the image to your computer before printing. I find it easiest to first click on the image to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.
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