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Free Printable Santa Worksheets For Kids

Christmas is almost here!

With kids eagerly anticipating the big day, it’s not too early to start planning some fun activities. And what better way to celebrate than with these free printable Santa worksheets for kids?

These aren’t only fun but are perfect for kids learning to recognize the letter S, work on fine motor skills and reading, or just improve handwriting practice.

And, they’re great if you need a last-minute or no-prep activity! Download them and use them with preschoolers, pre k, and kindergarten children.

Also, look through all of our Santa activities for kids for even more holiday fun.

Preschool Santa Worksheets

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Inside this free Santa set, we’ve included the following pages:

  • Santa handwriting practice page
  • Letter S maze
  • Label a Santa page

These printables are so simple to use and great for young children!

Santa Handwriting Practice

Santa handwriting pratice page

With this worksheet page, kids can practice writing the letter S, which can be tricky for some of them! On the first line kids will trace the word Santa, followed by capital S, lowercase s, and then a mix of both capital and lowercase letters.

It’s a simple way to improve handwriting! And, if you want to reuse this worksheet over and over, slip it into a page protector and use a dry erase marker.

Letter S Maze

letter S maze worksheet

When kids use this printable, they’ll start at the top of the page and color or dot each square until they reach the bottom of the page. It’s a simple activity to help with letter recognition!

Label A Santa

label a Santa worksheet

This label a Santa worksheet is great for helping kids with scissor skills, reading, and following directions. Kids can color in Santa, then cut out the rectangles at the bottom and glue them in the correct spot.

Christmas Unit For Kids

Do you want to keep the learning and fun going? If so, keep reading below for some simple activities that are great to make into a Christmas unit study for kids.

The very first thing we recommend is reading to your kids or students! Reading is a great way to improve a child’s comprehension and vocabulary. It also helps them with their imagination and encourages their curiosity.

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!

Another activity we love is crafting! It’s not only fun and relaxing, but it also helps kids with scissors skills, following directions, and more! Add in some Christmas crafts with some of our favorites:

santa worksheets

Christmas do a dot printables are a fun activity to keep kids entertained this holiday season. Not only are they fun, but they’ll also help with letter recognition, visual discrimination, and fine motors skills. These printables are festive and can be used at home or in the classroom!

Get your kids in the Christmas spirit with these adorable reindeer worksheets. These are great to use as a no-prep activity! Help them learn the letter R and handwriting skills while they have fun coloring their own reindeer. Download them today and use them this holiday season.

Kids will love this fun Christmas playdough kit. It includes 3 different colors of dough to explore and make things like snowmen or ornaments. This is an easy way for kids to learn about their senses while having tons of fun!

These Christmas pattern block mats are another easy activity to set up. All you need are the mats and some pattern blocks and you’re ready to go! This activity can also help with fine motor skills and shape recognition!

More Christmas Ideas For Kids

Free Santa Worksheets

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