You’re going to love these new Christmas light printables! They’re perfect for practicing the alphabet with your preschoolers during the holiday season. You can use these fun hands-on Christmas light activities and my Christmas light printables alphabet page in the classroom and at home.
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. Keep reading to get your free Christmas light I-spy activity printables and instructions.
It’s a holiday experience that will help your preschool learners remember their letters and all the fun they’re having in preschool too!
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Don’t Miss My ABC Christmas Light Activities
Are you looking for fun ways to practice the ABCs with your preschoolers this December? I’ve got some fun and festive activities you can do to help them learn to identify uppercase and lowercase letters just in time for Christmas.
Grab my free Christmas light printables with the button below to help you get started with this fun Christmas Light I Spy game.
With this Christmas lights activity, you’ll get a free printable alphabet worksheet to help your preschoolers identify the letters they fin in this cute DIY game and practice writing them too. Plus, get my step by step instructions to help you make your own Christmas Light I-Spy game to use in the classroom or at home.
How To Make Your Own Christmas Light I Spy Game
Would you like your own Christmas light I Spy game to practice letters in your preschool classroom? This Christmas lights activity is perfect for holiday themed centers in your preschool classroom or play-based learning at home with your kiddos.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:
- Clear plastic Christmas light shape ornament
- Christmas Sprinkle Medley (or holiday sprinkles of your choice)
- Acrylic letter beads
You can get creative and add your own fillers to this festive Christmas lights activity too. I love the idea of filling these Christmas Lights I Spy games with colorful sand, dyed rice, or glitter instead of sprinkles.
More Christmas Alphabet Activities for Preschoolers
Your preschoolers will have so much fun finding all the letters of the alphabet hiding in this Christmas lights activity. When they’re finished, try some of my other Christmas alphabet activities for even more learning fun.
Try my Rudolph Christmas Alphabet Activity for all kinds of fun with Rudolph and his big red nose. This cute Christmas alphabet printable comes with lots of letter noses and an adorable poem for your preschoolers to learn too.
Then, have fun learning letters with my Light the Tree Activity. It’s a super fun way for kids to build fine motor skills, learn letters, and have fun decorating their own Christmas trees for the holiday season.
Plus, it’s another opportunity to get creative with whatever holiday decor you have on hand this year.
What’s your favorite way to celebrate the holidays and learn the alphabet with preschoolers? Share you favorite fun alphabet activities and holiday games in the comment section.
I can’t wait to read them and try a few of your favorites with my preschoolers too!