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Are you looking for an elf name craft to help your kids learn to write their names this Winter? If so, this printable Christmas elf craft is perfect for you.

Grab the free Christmas activity printable below and learn to recognize your name with a fun Christmas name craft.

elf name craft

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Free Elf Name Craft

Christmas is almost here! Have fun crafting this winter holiday with an adorable elf craft idea for kids.

This preschool elf craft can be used in so many ways! Use it as name writing practice for Winter, practice writing sight words, or use it as a fun way to teach numbers before the Christmas break.

I love pairing it with this elf children’s book too.

Plus, it’s a fun way to incorporate hands on name activities for more added fun this Winter!

Christmas name craft Supplies

If you’re wanting to make a Christmas name craft of an elf you’ll need to gather the following supplies:

Supplies for making an Elf name craft

You’ll love that the supplies for this Christmas elf craft for kids can be found around your house or classroom.

How to make the elf craft

My free elf craft template is easy to use as you craft this winter holiday.

Before you know it, your students will be mastering recognizing and writing their names and building upon their fine motor skills with ease. Here’s the step by step guide to creating your very own elf name craft for preschoolers.

Step One: Print

Click the link below to grab the free cut and paste Christmas craft for preschoolers and toddlers. Print the free elf craft on colored construction paper or use crayons to color it yourself.

We used traditional red and green for elves suits, but feel free to get creative and use whatever color you want. As for skin color, I find that this set of construction paper has plenty of options on different shades for your elves.

Step Two: Cut

When you’re done printing, grab your scissors because it’s now time to practice cutting skills. Cutting is such an important skill for this young age group, so try to let them do this part themselves, if possible.

It helps to strengthen their fine motor skills and helps to make each winter holiday craft look unique.

Step Three: assemble

You’ll love that this elf craft is not just festive, it’s another learning opportunity to teach names this Winter. Once you’re done, hang them around the room for the cutest DIY Christmas decorations or show them proudly on your Christmas bulletin board.

elf name craft

Isn’t this the cutest elf name craft for kids? Pair it with these elf puns, jokes, and riddles for more festive holiday fun.

More Cut and paste Christmas Crafts

I hope you loved my free elf craft. Check out more Christmas crafts for kids below.

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Christmas activities for preschoolers

If you loved my Christmas craft ideas, I know you will really enjoy my hands on Christmas printables, perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. I have tons of Christmas resources to use this December as you teach all about snow, reindeer, The Polar Express, and Santa.

Check out my favorites below:

winter color by number pages
ugly Christmas sweater Christmas activity for counting
Christmas science experiment with candy canes

I hope you’re as excited about all these hands on learning Christmas activities and Christmas printables for preschoolers as I am.

What activities are you most excited to share with your preschoolers this Winter? Tell me all about it in the comments.

I can’t wait to read your great ideas!

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