Kindergarten Christmas Activities

Kindergarten Christmas activities are festive and fun for kids who are excited for the jolliest holiday of the year. These kindergarten Christmas activities bring the joy of the holiday to your home, with homemade candy canes, pom Christmas trees, and handprint reindeer. Not only are these kindergarten Christmas activities fun, but they also help your little one build on important academic and developmental skills. Try our collection of kindergarten Christmas activities with your child.

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This Santa key lets kids invite Mr. Claus inside, even if they don't have a chimney. Make a Santa key with your child to bring some Christmas cheer inside.
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This reindeer antlers headband helps your little one get in a festive Christmas mood. Make a reindeer antlers headband with your child this holiday season.
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Regale your kindergartener with the beloved story of Rudolph, and then segue into a Christmas craft project in which he makes his own reindeer creation!
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This Rudolph craft will help your kid make a goofy and memorable ornament. Make a Rudolph craft this winter to bring some added merriment to your Christmas.
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Non-slip socks are the perfect DIY gift that your kid can make for friends and family. Make a pair of non-slip socks with your kid for wholesome family fun.
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This paper plate craft is simple and adorable. What's more, it's the perfect holiday activity for kids eager for Christmas celebrations.
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Let your child lend a helping hand while decorating the Christmas tree this year! This festive activity doubles as a lesson focusing on the number five.
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This candle centerpiece will add a special holiday glow to your dinner table. Make a candle centerpiece with your child this holiday season.
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Pine cone decorations are fun and festive for the Christmas season. Make pine cone decorations with your child to celebrate the beauty of winter.
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Learn how to make paper Christmas trees with this simple craft. See how to make paper Christmas trees and celebrate the holiday season.
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Jazz up your holiday greetings with a textured and artsy paper poinsettia!
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Ignite your kindergartener's creativity by showing her how to recreate her favorite Christmas symbol - the Christmas tree - out of tissue paper!
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Get into the Christmas spirit with this fun and messy finger painting activity. This fun activity will light up the day like holiday lights!
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Reuse beloved old Christmas cards by filling them with candies and toys, and turn them into something to enjoy for years.
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These simple yet stylish place cards will dazzle your guests and make fun conversation starters at dinner.
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A pom pom Christmas tree dresses up holiday cards and decorations with some festive fuzz. Make a pom pom Christmas tree with your child this holiday season.
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Make your own ribbon to give gifts that special touch. Enlist your preschooler or kindergartener to help create an extra special holiday ribbon this winter.
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Get in the spirit of Christmas by creating Santa's favorite helpers, the elves!
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Avoid holiday card clutter by arranging cards into an artfully simple display: pin them to a length of yarn with classic wooden clothespins.
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This handprint Santa is a great way for your little one to get in the Christmas spirit. Make a handprint Santa with your child this holiday season.

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