These free Christmas dot to dot pages are a fun way for young kids to practice number order this holiday season. Young children will have so much fun with these Christmas worksheets.
Free Printable Christmas Dot to Dots Page Included:
- Christmas Tree
- Gingerbread Man
- Christmas Hat
- Christmas gift
- fine motor skills
- hand-eye coordination
- numerical order
- knowledge of numbers
- number recognition
These easy dot to dot printables are a great way for preschoolers and kindergarten kids to get a little extra Math practice and then have fun coloring in the Christmas picture. Teachers can send these educational activities home over Christmas break.
This is the perfect activity for parents to use with their little learners when it is hard to wait (Christmas Eve, while the cookies are baking, before a party). Printable dot to dot coloring pages would also be a great addition to a Christmas party for the kids or class party.
Download the FREE Christmas Dot to Dot Printables
More Dot to Dots Worksheets
Looking for more dot to dot pages? Theses free printables are great for any time of year. They include dot to dot number 1-20.
More Christmas Printable Activities
These Christmas printables are a great resource for kids this holiday season!
The printable ornaments are so fun to cut out and color. Lace a pipe cleaner through the hole and put it right onto your tree.
The more your child can do of this project on their own the better. Let them color them however they want. Encourage them to cut them out themselves (it is ok that they aren’t perfect). Have them lace a pipe cleaner and twist it together (great for fine motor skills) to hang on the tree. Using a pipe cleaner will eliminate you having to tie knots for them.
Some parents leave up each ornament they make and some take them down each night and let them redecorate with them again the next day. Many parents have a smaller tree that is just for their children to decorate and redecorate each day. It depends on the age of your child.
Download the pdf file, cut the puzzle out, and then challenge your child to put them together. You can also put magnets on the back of each piece and use a vertical surface such as a refrigerator or easel to put the puzzles together on. They can also be taken on road trips with a magnetic cookie sheet. Includes Santa Claus, ornaments, a Christmas tree, and Santa and his reindeer.
These printables are a perfect activity after you finish watching The Polar Express or reading the book. I love the story of how he gets the bell from Santa’s sleigh!
Make your own Christmas cards by selecting the Christmas card design that you want. Print them onto card stock or regular paper from any basic home printer. Fold the printed Christmas card in half and color the design. Write your own message on the inside of the card.
If your child is too young to write their own message, ask them what they want to say and write it for them. Your children watching you write is a valuable learning experience!
Frozen Christmas Do-a-Dot Printables
This is an easy way for little hands to stay busy!
We hope you enjoy these fun Christmas activity sheets as much as we do!