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Christmas Writing Activities

Keep writing over winter break! Fun and practical Christmas writing ideas/exercises.
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Dear Santa Writing Prompt

Put a fun spin on the typical "Dear Santa" letter. Your child must use persuasive language to convince Santa to bring her the presents she wants!

Christmas Descriptive Writing

Ever wonder what happens at the North Pole on Christmas Eve? Exercise your child's imagination with a fun writing prompt, all about Santa's workshop!

Christmas Creative Writing Prompt

Enlighten the holiday spirit in your beginning writer, and have her respond to this Christmas writing prompt about the holiday colors.

Christmas Tree Writing Prompt

What would your perfect Christmas tree look like? Have your beginning writer practice descriptive writing to answer this fun Christmas creative writing prompt!

Christmas Writing Prompt

This Christmas writing prompt gets your child to think about what it's like to have Santa's job. Try this Christmas writing prompt with your young writer.

Christmas Letter Template

Christmas is around the corner, and kids sure have a lot to ask from Santa! Here is a printable template to help your child send his Christmas wishes.

Write a "Christmas Carol" Tale

Your middle schooler will receive a boost in his creative writing skills and reflect on the importance of Christmas as he rewrites the Charles Dickens classic.

Frosty the Snowman Oulipo

Have a bookworm on your hands? She'll boost her spelling and problem solving skills with this Oulipo activity re-writing lyrics to beloved Christmas songs!

Play the Santa "Clause" Game

This activity will have your child learning about dependent and independent clauses, not to mention the punctuation that goes in the middle.

Create an Acrostic Christmas Card

Here's a 2nd-3rd grade arts and crafts activity that builds vocabulary and creative writing skills: make a Christmas card decorated with an acrostic poem!

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