Are you looking for reindeer activities that make learning fun this holiday season? This file folder game is a great way to talk about different emotions and what they look like on facial expressions. Young learners will love this fun activity! Download the reindeer emotions matching activity today and get started.
Santa’s reindeer are each showing a different emotion on the set of cards. Look at the face of each little reindeer. Which emotion are they showing? Match the correct card to the correct emotion. Can you make the same face as the reindeer on the emotions card? This activity is a great addition to literacy centers or used a busy bag.
Another easy way to use this free printable is to cut the reindeer into cards and use them for a game of Memory.
Download the Reindeer Emotions Activity
More Reindeer Games
These printable games are an easy way to practice counting and number recognition. Have fun counting with these three different reindeer dice games.
These free printable reindeer jokes for kids are great for lunch box notes or to read a joke each day at the dinner table.
Connect the dots on the Reindeer dot to dot. Then, use it as a coloring page.
Try this Reindeer Tracing Page. Trace the word and the letter R and then color the reindeer.
Reindeer Shape Matching from ABCs to ACTs is great for practice with shape recognition.
Reindeer Alphabet Matching from Busy Hands and Minds is a fun way to practice matching capital letters to lowercase letters.
Make candy cane reindeer by twisting a pipe cleaner into antlers. Glue on googly eyes and a pom pom for a red nose. These look great hanging from your Christmas tree.
Make a reindeer rock with brown paint, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and a pom pom. These are fun to put on the front porch, under the Christmas tree, or in your garden.
Make a handprint reindeer ornament. All you need is brown construction paper and a marker. I love handprint keepsakes. These are fun to hang on the tree year after year! Don’t forget to write the age on the back.
Make reindeer food to sprinkle on the lawn on Christmas Eve. This has been an awesome tradition in our family for years!
Make a simple paper plate reindeer like they did at Glued to My Crafts Blog. I love anything with handprints so the handprint antlers make me smile.
We hope you enjoy these reindeer crafts, games, and activities as much as we do!