In the spirit of Christmas, give your child a fun paper craft to color. She can make her very own Santa figurine, perfect for decorating the house!
This Christmas spot the difference worksheet is a festive way to build concentration and memory skills. Try our Christmas spot the difference exercise.
Bring some holiday cheer to the house with a fun paper craft! You and your child can color and cut out this elf figurine, perfect for decorating the mantle.
Your child may not be saying "All I want for Christmas are my ABCs!" but, you can stay festive with lowercase letter practice.
This Christmas tree dot-to-dot gets your child to build a noble pine tree. Use this Christmas tree dot-to-dot to connect the dots of your jolly Christmas tree.
Your child can have fun learning with this colorful worksheet. Have her search for and circle words associated with this magical holiday.
This crossword puzzle, full of Christmas items, is here to help your child kill time as he eagerly awaits Christmas.
Christmas sudoku lets your child exercise his brain while cutting a pasting festive holiday images. Play Christmas sudoku with your child this holiday season.
Put your kid's counting skills to work with this fill-in-the-date calendar page. Full of fun pictures to color, you don't have to worry about him getting bored.
This What I Want for Christmas worksheet is a great template for letters to Santa. Try our What I Want for Christmas worksheet with your child this winter.
This ugly Christmas sweater worksheet gets your kid to celebrate the good, bad, and ugly of Christmas cheer. Design and draw your ideal ugly Christmas sweater.