Free Holiday Printables for PreK-1st Grade
I have teamed up with 32 talented teacher authors to bring you a giant bundle of Holiday resources. All for FREE! But only for a limited time, so grab yours before it disappears.
This free Holiday bundle includes hundreds of printable resource pages for PreK, kindergarten, and first graders.
You Will Get:
- Santa Countdown
- Holiday Tic Tac Toe
- Elf Name Craft
- Snowman Shapes
- Reindeer Food
- Christmas Activity Binder pages
- Santa letter find activity
- Color by Codes
- Writing prompts
- Hanukkah readers
- Christmas Clip Cards
- Christmas Sentence Building
- Penguin Craftivities
- Gingerbread Writing Craftivity
- Christmas CVC printables
- Winter task cards
- Christmas spelling
- Gingerbread cut and paste book
- Christmas tree clip
- Tree craft
- Reindeer craft
- Holiday Math and Santa
- Hat Matching
- Shapes Galore
- Christmas busy box
- Winter worksheets
- Winter bingo
- Tree top numbers
- Christmas letter match
- December digital calendar
- Counting by 1’s
- Christmas sensory bins
- Preschool math and literacy
- Penguin 10 Frames
- Christmas letter match up
- Reindeer color book
- Snowman shape craft
- January writing center
- Addition and subtraction
- Christmas color wheels
- Number tracing cards
- New Years poem
- Numbers to 10 worksheets
….and much, much more! Click the button below to grab them all from now until December 11th.
Needing more holiday activities?
Looking for more FREE Christmas ideas, crafts and printables? You won’t want to miss these hands on resources, perfect for Christmas and Winter time learning:
Are you planning Christmas themed activities for your students this December? If so, you won’t want to miss all the exciting Christmas activities for kids here at The Primary Parade.
Grab all of my Christmas crafts, printables, games, and see great book suggestions your kids will love too!
Kids loves Pete the Cat! Craft everyone’s favorite book character this holiday season with my adorable Pete the Cat craftivity.
Plus you’ll get a great sequence activity that matches perfectly with the Christmas Pete the Cat book!
Have you tried my Christmas science experiments yet? I have 3 fun winter ones your students will LOVE! They’re highly engaging and easy enough for little learners to participate in.
Plus, they come with 3 different worksheets to help you differentiate your teaching based on your students needs and capabilities! Grab the candy cane one today!
Color by Codes are a hit with both teachers and students alike. They’re low prep, making them a perfect print and go activity the last day of school.
Grab all of my color by code pages for every holiday and theme today!
Grab all the fun Christmas activities your heart desires in this Christmas printables blog post. You’ll find free playdough mats, hands on winter activities, and festive crafts for kids.
Teaching your kids how to spell and write their own names is one of the most important things they will learn this school year. I have tons of name crafts to explore and practice name writing at home and in the classroom!
Get ready to discover my favorite name crafts for preschool and master this kindergarten readiness skill in no time!
Winter is such a fun time for learning in the classroom. To help you with your lesson planning this Winter, here is 160 more winter freebies just for you!
Head to the winter activities blog post to grab them all today!
Do you teach Christmas around the world? Get ready to explore and learn with your preschoolers this Winter as you celebrate the season by learning about how different countries all over the world celebrate Christmas.
Build your own shape Christmas tree and record how many of each shape was used.
Shape crafts are great activities for kids who are still learning basic shapes, counting, and fine motor skills!
The Christmas season is almost here! I’ve put together lots of engaging ways to teach your children the nativity story this Christmas.
There are so many fun ways to learn about the birth of Jesus and celebrate the season with your family this December. Plus, I have tips for teaching the nativity story in the classroom too!