I’ve got 20 Christmas activities kids will love to do at school or even at home with your own little ones. The Christmas season is a busy time for all of us. I want to save you time by compiling Christmas activities that you can introduce in your room tomorrow!
1. Mom Inspired Life – Christmas Tic Tac Toe Game with Ornaments
This would be perfect for your early finishers or a center during your holiday party.
2. I Can Teach My Child – Christmas Sticker Creation Station
3. Lemon Lime Adventures – Disolving Candy Cane Christmas Science
4. The Imagination Tree – Golden Cinnamon Sensory Tub
5. Buggy and Buddy – Button Christmas Tree Activity
6. Sugar Aunts – Christmas Ornament Memory and Sorting
7. Kids Activities Blog – Playdough Gingerbread Men
8. Pre-K Pages – Holiday Seek, Find, and Spell
What a perfect center for your emerging readers.
9. Craftulate – Christmas Pasta Sensory Play
10. Two-Daloo – Sticky Christmas Trees
11. Gift of Curiosity – Christmas Water Bead Play
12. Modern Preschool – Dancing Jingle Bells Christmas Science
13. School Time Snippets – Paper Plate Christmas Wreath
14. I Can Teach My Child – Printable Christmas Lights Bingo Game
15.Lemon Lime Adventures – Grinch STEM Activity
16. Mom Inspired Life – Christmas Wreath Alphabet Activity
17. The Imagination Tree – Christmas Tree Sensory Writing Tray
18. Mom Dot- Peppermint Christmas Slime
19. Crafty Morning – Fingerprint Christmas Lights Craft
20. Easy Teaching Tools –David Craftivity
I’ve got another activity that my students love! Remember David from the David Shannon books? Well, there’s a Christmas version that is a hit in my classroom. It also makes for a great writing piece that you can add to your bulletin board.
I know I said that I have 20 Christmas activities kids will love. But I’ve got a few bonus activities I know you will love! Click the photo below to see them! Looking for paper plate activities? I’ve got them here.
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