Santa’s on his way!
With only a few weeks left until the Christmas season, it’s time to get out the decorations and start exploring all of the fun holiday activities.
One great activity kids will enjoy are these Santa do a dot printables.
These Santa printables are an engaging activity that kids can use to work on their fine motor skills, letter recognition, counting skills, and more!
They’re ideal for preschoolers, pre k, and even kindergarten children, plus they’re no prep. Just download, print, and grab the dot markers!
Also, be sure to check out all of our Santa activities for kids to get more holiday ideas planned.
Santa Dot Marker Printables
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Inside this free set, we’ve included the following worksheets:
- Santa dot marker coloring page
- Fine motor practice worksheet
- Letter S practice page
- Santa counting worksheet
Santa Dot Marker Coloring Page
Kids will love dotting these Santa coloring pages! Print it out in full color for extra festiveness or print it in black and white and let the kids color Santa in themselves.
Fine Motor Practice Worksheet
For this worksheet, kids will dot each of the circles to get from one Santa to another. After they’re done, use a pencil to trace over the dashed line or scissors to cut along the line.
Letter S Find
S is for Santa Claus in this letter find activity! Have kids use their dot markers to dot all of the uppercase and lowercase S’s.
Santa Counting Worksheet
Use this printable to help kids count from 1 to 8! Below each Santa Claus there is a number – this is how many dots should go above him. It’s simple, yet fun!
Christmas Unit Study For Kids
Keep the holiday activities rolling all December long by creating a Christmas unit to go with these printables.
One of our favorite activities to start with is books! Reading aloud to kids can help them develop a larger vocabulary, help with listening skills, engages their imagination, and so much more!
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!
Of course, we love to add lots of fun crafts to the mix! Check out some of our favorite ideas below:
- Yarn Wrapped Reindeer Craft
- Elf Popsicle Stick Craft
- Santa Paper Bag Puppet Craft
- Angel Handprint Christmas Craft
This Christmas playdough kit is perfect for sensory play. It includes red, green, and white dough and lots of fun Christmas trinkets! Use this kit for lots of Christmas fun!
Use these Christmas pattern block mats to teach your kids important skills while having fun. They will not only be able to practice fine motor skills but also learn shapes, colors, patterns, and more. These are the perfect holiday activity for young learners!
Print out these reindeer coloring pages and use them as a fun activity to work on your child’s fine motor skills or just keep them busy while you bake up some delicious holiday cookies.
Bring the joy of Christmas into your home with these Christmas do a dot printables. We’ve created a variety of printables, so your kids can find something they love doing. Get in the spirit and learn this holiday season!