I’ve put together lots of fun Christmas color worksheet activities for adults and kids of all ages to enjoy during the holiday season. These are some of the most fun Christmas coloring pages and free Christmas printables you’ll find this Winter!
A Christmas coloring sheet is an easy activity for kids and adults to do at home or in the classroom this December. Grab your coloring pencils and get ready to enjoy these festive activity pages with your students. There are a variety of adorable holiday themes including Santa Claus, snowmen, Christmas trees, and the Polar Express.
Did you know that a Christmas color worksheet can be a great way to lower stress, increase focus, and help kids develop important early learning skills too?
Fun Christmas coloring pages and activities are a fun activity to unwind during this busy season while promoting fine motor skills, color identification, and mindfulness.
Keep reading to learn more about all the wonderful holiday printables available for you and your students.
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The Benefits of Merry Christmas Color Worksheet Pages
Christmas color worksheets are a fun way to encourage the healthy development of occupational skills, concentration, patience, and creative self-expression.
Coloring requires patience and concentration to complete the picture. Learning to color inside the lines and to form straight or curvy lines takes a lot of practice too.
Christmas coloring sheets help children develop and improve critical fine motor skills while having fun. Preschoolers get a chance to practice the proper pencil grip while building finger strength and dexterity in a way that’s engaging and encouraging.
Holiday coloring pages are also a great way to help younger and older kids master early academic concepts like color words, counting skills, learning new vocabulary, and more.
You can use my printable Christmas color worksheet activities to encourage your students and give them extra practice with these skills in the classroom and at home. Plus, they make beautiful keepsakes for family and friends throughout the holiday season.
My Favorite Christmas Coloring Sheet Activities
You can have hours of fun and learning with your children using my favorite Christmas coloring sheet activities!
These free coloring pages offer kids opportunities to practice letter recognition, explore color schemes, build numeracy skills, and experiment with scientific concepts. Check out my favorites below.
Polar Express Color by Number Pages
Looking for Polar Express Coloring Pages? The Polar Express is one of my favorite Christmas books! You can enjoy the book by Chris Van Allsburg and the movie with your preschoolers and have fun coloring the conductor, the train, and even the golden tickets.
It’s the perfect activity for a Polar Express themed lesson plan for the holiday season.
Beginning Sounds with Jingle Bells
Are your children beginning to read? If so, this Jingle Bells Beginning Sounds activity for kids will be just perfect! Just grab my holiday beginning sounds worksheet that’s included in my Christmas activity pack for preschool.
Kids can practice identifying beginning sounds, phonics, and develop critical fine motor skills. Plus, they’ll be having all kinds of holiday fun!
Christmas Lights I Spy Activity
You’re going to love my Christmas Lights Activity! These I Spy printables are the perfect way to practice uppercase letters and lowercase letters with your early learners during the holiday season.
Use my hands-on I Spy activity pages to help students learn the alphabet with letter printables. With a little DIY fun, your favorite holiday music, and some Christmas alphabet activities, you can have a holiday preschool theme that’s perfect for learning early literacy skills all month long!
Winter Color by Number Pages
If you’re looking for easy Christmas coloring sheets you can use all season long, check out my Winter Color by Number Pages. They’re the perfect mix of holiday fun featuring snowmen, polar bears, and cute Christmas cocoa cups!
Snow Globe Winter Name Craft
Print the free winter name craft template and grab your favorite washable markers to make a snowy scene featuring your child’s name. Then head to my Christmas activities page for more fun Christmas ideas for kids.
Christmas Tree Counting Pages
These Christmas Tree Counting Pages are the perfect way to practice number recognition with preschool and kindergarten students this December.
Use these printable coloring pages to celebrate, decorate, and develop early numeracy skills in the classroom and at home. Or hang them around the room and let your students get their wiggles out as they move and learn.
Science with Candy Canes
These Christmas science experiments are the perfect way to add a little festive fun to your upcoming science lesson! Candy canes aren’t just a tasty treat, they’re a great way to expose your kids to the scientific method.
Grab my Christmas color worksheet pages to encourage your students to make predictions and record their results with this Candy Cane Science Experiment.
Christmas Color Worksheet Activities
Looking for more Christmas color worksheet activities? Grab these free holiday printables and keep your students learning all December long.
They’ll get adorable Christmas scenes to decorate with snow globes, snowflakes, snowmen, and more.
Christmas Around the World Crafts
Have you thought about using cute Christmas color worksheet pages to teach preschoolers about geography and explore other cultures this season?
Practice cutting, pasting, and proper pencil grip with your preschool and kindergarten students as they color and create their very own Christmas Around the World Crafts to decorate your classroom.
Nativity Scenes Activity
Finally, learn about the greatest story ever told as you celebrate the Christmas season with my Nativity Hat Coloring Activity.
It’s an easy way to bring the story of Christ’s birth to life for your preschoolers. Your preschoolers will love role-playing with these printable nativity characters!
Science with Gingerbread Men
This Gingerbread Men Science Experiment comes with 3 different Christmas color worksheets so that you can differentiate based on your students’ needs.
There are simple coloring pages for kids who can’t yet write down their results, children who need help writing sentences, and kids who can write and draw to record their predictions.
There are so many ways to add holiday spirit and joy to your classroom this season! I hope my Christmas color worksheets have shown you a better way to keep learning going during the holidays while enjoying this time of year with your younger kids and older kiddos too. May the Christmas spirit and a love of learning fill your classroom this December!
Share your favorite Christmas coloring sheet activities and other holiday favorites in the comment section. I can’t wait to read them and discover new ways to celebrate the season with my own young artists at home and in the classroom.