PreK and up Winter Holiday Crafts
Your early reader will have fun matching pictures with the correct sight word with this colorful and fun match-up worksheet all about Christmas.
Christmas rhyming words help your child practice reading and phonics over the winter break. Have fun with Christmas rhyming words this holiday season.
This Christmas word puzzle keeps your child's rhyming skills sharp over the winter break. Use this Christmas word puzzle to help your child learn word families.
Help your first grader have fun with early addition. This Christmas worksheet uses pictures related to the holiday so your child can enjoy counting and adding.
This countdown to Christmas craft is fun for kids who are excited for the holiday. Countdown to Christmas with this fun holiday activity.
Enhance your kindergartener or first grader's verbal skills and imagination by encouraging her to narrate stories that feature her favorite Christmas images.
Create your very own adorable reindeer to keep you company throughout the holiday season.
Disguise a lesson focused on shape recognition as a Santa collage, and your pre-kindergartener won't even realize she's learning!
These homemade thumbprint cards are as personalized as it gets, and your child will love using his prints to make holiday magic!
Christmas stencils let your preschooler make his mark on the holiday. Make Christmas stencils with your young crafter this holiday season.
Wreath ornaments decorate your Christmas tree and act as a fun sensory craft for preschoolers. Make wreath ornaments with your child this holiday season.
This Play-Doh counting game will improve your little one's math skills and the hanging Christmas trees will make great decoration.
Kids have permission to get messy (just a little bit!) as they create a decorative candy cane mosaic from red and white handprints.
With a little guidance from parents, youngsters can create a Christmas tree using their thumb as a stamp.
Here's a green arts and crafts activity that will get your preteen into the holiday spirit: transform an old magazine into a miniature Christmas tree!
Celebrate the holidays with this festive reindeer color by number coloring page.
This printable holiday candy cane maze is sure to get your kindergartener in the holiday spirit.
This fun printable lets your child practice shapes, counting, and cutting skills while doing a fun holiday-themed craft project.
Christmas sudoku lets your child exercise his brain while cutting a pasting festive holiday images. Play Christmas sudoku with your child this holiday season.
Kids use their cutting skills to build a cool snowman on this prekindergarten worksheet. This worksheet helps build fine motor skills and shape recognition.
Create a design for your very own snow globe, with a fun souvenir activity. Little artists can pay tribute to their hometowns as they draw in the globe.
Decorate for Christmas while practicing fine motor skills with this Christmas Poinsettia Garland! Little ones can add bright holiday colors to these flowers.
Did you know that in Mexico there is a holiday celebrating the three wise men? Read the paragraph to learn more about this little known holiday.
Enjoy crafting a homemade Christmas decoration with your little one! He'll be building fine motor skills as he colors and cuts out this Christmas gift garland.
Who's hungry? Get into the holiday spirit and have your little artist add some color to this fun picture of a delicious cherry pie!
Bring some Christmas cheer into your home with a jolly Santa Claus coloring page! Give Santa some Christmas colors to complete this holiday scene.
During this chilly winter season, try this fun indoor craft with your preschooler to help him explore art concepts like shape, form and texture.
Get your preschooler or kindergartener into the holiday spirit by making a holiday instrument that will improve his fine motor skills and sense of rhythm.
Here's a holiday arts and crafts activity for preschool or pre-kindergarten children: make a pretty string ornament with glitter and glue.
This painting activity uses gross motor skills to create art and home made wrapping paper using paint, an easy holiday activity for your child.
Wishing for snow? If the weather refuses to cooperate, take charge and make your own snow in this fun painting activity!
Preschoolers will have a blast adding color and cheer to this mandala which is made up of various holiday icons!
Teach your child about giving with this holiday arts and crafts printable and coloring page. Your child will draw a present inside the box for someone special.
Color in the Christmas wreath and the adorable toys and sweet mistletoe adorning it.
This handsome toy soldier is in need of some colors! Help spruce up his outfit with some Christmas colors to celebrate the holiday season.
This Hanukkah coloring page will enlighten kids about the Jewish holiday and its traditions while they have a blast adding color!
To get your child into the spirit of winter and the holiday season, print out this fun snowman decoration activity and let her imagination run wild.
Christmas cupcake toppers make a sweet treat even sweeter. Use Christmas cupcake toppers to top off your holiday baked goods.
Kids can make this Christmas tree treat cup as a candy dish, decoration or party favors for the holiday season.