My kids are constantly making ornaments to add to the Christmas tree. Confession: I don’t keep all of the ornaments they randomly make and add to the tree. Here are several resources for free printable Christmas ornaments for Kids that mine love and I know yours will too!
Fun for Kids of All Ages
Depending on age, you can adapt these ideas or printables so that your child will have fun coloring, painting, cutting them out, and hanging them up. Make these Christmas ornament crafts with the whole family!
Add a reindeer, penguin, mitten, or paper tree to your Christmas tree. Download these adorable Printable Christmas Ornaments. We love adding colorful ornaments and lights to the tree. Color while you are in the car and cut them out and hang them up when you get home.
These free, printable Christmas ornaments for kids to color from True Aim are adorable! It doesn’t matter if your child colors in the lines or makes a few scribbles, it will look great on the tree and make a great keepsake. Just thread a piece of string through the top of the ornament and hang.
Challenge your child’s fine motor skills by having them cut out these ornaments from Happy and Blessed Home. Punch a hole and string them on your tree. They are also the perfect size to use as gift tags.
Tim’s Printables has these free, printable paper ornaments for preschoolers. Simply print, color, and use to decorate.
Education.com has these adorable ornaments to print, color, and cut out. Cut out on the dotted lines and show your child how to use the hole puncher for a challenge that will strengthen hand and finger muscles.
Kids Activities Blog has this fun set of printable Christmas Ornaments for Kids that I know my children will love!
These Winter birds are so beautiful from Rebecca’s Misc. that I just couldn’t resist including them in this collection of Printable Christmas Ornaments for Kids. These aren’t just for the holiday season, they can be hung up all Winter long!
The Craft Train has this free printable ornament templates with the idea of tracing those Christmas shapes on cardboard and then decorating the cardboard to make an ornament. The thicker cardboard would allow the ornaments to be heavier and include items like buttons, beads, pom poms, ribbon, etc. What a fun way to design your own ornaments.
The Craft Train has these free printable templates that make these adorable paper angel ornaments simple to cut out and create! I love the different colors they used.
I love the patterns that Picklebums included on her Printable Christmas Ornaments. Print them, cut them out and then hang each single circle or star or create these adorable Christmas baubles with her directions.
These Christmas crafts are a great way to bring older kids and younger kids together to get creative making cute decorations. Merry Christmas!
More Christmas Printables
Happy crafting and decorating all December long! I know you’ll also LOVE our collection of free printables in this collection of FREE Printable Christmas Activities .