It’s a fun and busy time of year. We’re just like Santa, making our list and checking it twice. There’s always a lot to do on our to-do lists this time of year.
So if you’re needing something to keep the kids occupied, we have the perfect activity for them to do with these Christmas dot-to-dot printables!
While you’re working on the long list of things to do…like wrapping gifts, holiday baking, or cleaning for guests, the kids can be connecting the dots to reveal these fun and festive Christmas pictures.
When they connect the dots, they’ll reveal a reindeer, Santa, and a snowman! They’ll use their fine motor skills to carefully draw the line to complete the pictures, and their counting skills to know where the line goes next.
Once they’ve completed the dot-to-dots, they’ll have a blast coloring in their different Christmas characters. Just hit print, and grab the crayons for a fun no-prep activity!
While you’re making lists, make a list of Christmas crafts to do with the kids this holiday season! We’ve gathered some of our favorites in one place to make the list-making easy!
Fun Christmas Dot To Dot Printables
Connect the dot printables are a fun and rewarding way for kids to develop their problem-solving and spatial awareness skills. By following the numbers in order and connecting one dot to another, they’re able to make sense of abstract ideas while discovering creative patterns.
Not only do connect the dot worksheets help reinforce concept identification and counting, but it also helps improve hand-eye coordination and artistic capabilities too! Kids love the challenge of racing against themselves to see how quickly they can finish each puzzle, as well as the sense of accomplishment when they’re done.
Best of all, there’s always something new to discover due to the vast variety of dot puzzles available!
We’re sure that these Christmas dot to dot printables will be fun, educational, and entertaining for your little ones. Be sure to check our many other dot to dot printables too!
Christmas Ideas For Kids
We have lots of Christmas ideas to keep the holiday fun going!
The crafts are entertaining and educational, and get the kids into the Christmas spirit! Read on below for some festive ideas, and save the ones your kids will love to do during the holidays.
Christmas Books For Kids
As a parent, you want to give your kids the best Christmas ever. And what could be better than snuggling up with them and reading them a festive story?
Not only is reading books together a great way to bond, but it’s also good for their development.
Reading aloud to children helps them to develop strong language skills and improve their literacy.
What’s more, it can also help them to understand and appreciate different cultures and traditions. So this Christmas, make some precious memories with your kids by reading them a festive story or two.
They’ll love it, and you’ll be giving them the gift of a lifetime!
Below are some of the top Christmas books to read to your kids!
Dasher: This wonderfully illustrated Christmas book for kids gives you the back story on one of Santa’s favorite reindeer, Dasher! Girls will especially love to read this since Dasher is a girl.
Construction Site On Christmas Night: Fans of the fun characters of the construction site books have to add this Christmas-themed story to their collection. See how the trucks get ready for Christmas!
How To Catch An Elf: Kids everywhere love the silliness of this Christmas story. The rhymes and the illustrations will draw the kids in as well. This is a Christmas book kids will want to read every year!
Christmas Crafts For Kids
Crafting is a fun and beneficial activity for kids to do during the holidays!
While they are getting into the Christmas spirit, they’re also building up their confidence when they complete projects. They are also learning about shapes, colors, counting, and patterns, and get to express themselves in fun and creative ways when they craft!
We have a lot of great Christmas crafts to keep the kids busy and entertained, so save some of our favorites below:
Santa’s Cookie Plate Name Craft – No baking is required for this plate of cookies! Kids will spell out their names with chocolate chip cookies on a plate of cookies for Santa! It’s a great craft for kids to practice spelling their names and their scissor skills.
Nutcracker Card Craft – Have your little soldiers create their own nutcracker soldier when they make this fun and easy Christmas card. Your kids will love creating this paper craft, and it just takes some basic supplies. So grab the free template to get making an army of nutcrackers to spread Christmas cheer.
Grinch Craftivity – The Grinch is one of our favorite Christmas characters even if he is grumpy! Kids will have fun with the craft portion creating the Grinch, and then work on their handwriting and creative thinking with the writing prompt portion. They’ll give him a reason to smile and make his heart grow 3 sizes!
Reindeer Paper Bag Craft – The classic craft of making a puppet out of a paper bag got a Christmas makeover! Kids can pretend to be one of Santa’s famous reindeer when they make this reindeer craft! The biggest decision will be should the nose be red or black.
Christmas Activities For Kids
These gingerbread man worksheets will turn learning into something sweet for your smart cookies! This is a great no prep activity that is perfect for kids to do at home or in the classroom to work on letter recognition, handwriting, and scissor skills.
When you want the kids to do something festive, but don’t have a lot of energy to do much prep, you’ll want to grab these Christmas coloring page bookmarks. The kids will have a blast coloring in these Christmas characters, and then have the perfect bookmark to hold their place.
This Christmas do a dot printables set is filled with lots of holiday fun! These pages are a great way to get the kids off the screens and learn! They’ll practice letter recognition, counting, colors, and matching skills with this festive set!
Your kids will love how fun this Christmas matching game is! While they’re having fun, they’ll work on their fine motor control, visual discrimination, and spatial memory. This is a festive way to play a memory game and is easy to take on the go.
- This personalized Christmas book for kids is so cute and sweet!
- Get the kids excited about bathtime with these adorable snowman bath bombs!
- Kids will love this personalized Santa’s Christmas plate to set out all the goodies.
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