These Christmas coloring pages are perfect for getting creative with your kids this December while building important early learning skills at home. Download your free coloring pages today!
I am loving these cute new Christmas Coloring Pages! As the weather gets colder and it begins to snow, we find ourselves spending more time indoors.
Sometimes being a creative mama is all about finding creative solutions to keep the kids entertained, active, and learning, all while avoiding cabin fever myself. That’s why I’ve put together these cute Christmas coloring printables to enjoy this December.
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Coloring is fun, relaxing, and filled with learning opportunities! Keep reading to discover some creative Christmas coloring fun and lots of early learning skills when you download your own Christmas coloring page printables to use this holiday season.
The Benefits of Coloring with Kids
Kids and adults love coloring. It’s a great way to get creative, relax, and have some fun this holiday season. But did you know coloring activities help kids develop lots of important early learning skills too? It’s true!
Check out some of the important early learning skills your preschool and kindergarten kids can practice with these Christmas Coloring Pages:
- Fine Motor Skills – Coloring is an excellent way to help early learners develop a strong pencil grasp and build the finger muscles they’ll need for handwriting later. Plus, it’s a good way to practice the strokes used when writing too. Your preschool learners will be having so much fun with these Christmas coloring printables, they won’t even know they’re learning!
- Concentration – It’s a really important life skill and you can help your kids develop their concentration abilities as they focus on completing these Christmas coloring pages at home or in the classroom this December.
Keep scrolling to get your own Christmas coloring pages today.
Christmas Coloring Party
This Christmas, we are making a commitment to focus more on family bonding and quality time. If you’re looking for a fun activity to do at home with your kids this Christmas that won’t require spending lots of money or lots of time prepping, why not host a Christmas coloring party?
First, make some cocoa. Don’t forget the marshmallows. Then, turn on your favorite Christmas songs. Here are a few of our favorites that just happen to match up well with these Christmas coloring pages:
Color your Christmas printables together as a family while you enjoy cocoa, lots of marshmallows, and sing your favorite carols together. What’s your favorite Christmas song? Tell me in the comments, so we can enjoy it at our house this Holiday season too.
Want to make the Christmas coloring party even more fun? Play a game of Christmas charades together, share holiday cookies, and get creative with these Free Printable Winter Directed Drawing pages.
Christmas Storybooks to Share
Another family favorite at my house that doesn’t cost much (or anything if you use your local public library) is to share Christmas books with one another. Besides, every story is better when it’s told with cocoa and Christmas cookies! Here are a few of our favorites:
- The Little Match Girl* by Hans Christian Andersen
- The Night Before Christmas* by Clement Moore
- The Christmas Wish* by Lori Evert
Do you have a favorite story to share at Christmas? Tell me in the comments, so I can add it to our holiday reading list this December.
Christmas Coloring Pages
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
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Thanks so much for downloading this resource from The Keeper of the Memories! I hope you love using it with your little kids as much as I loved creating it with mine!
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Weather & Seasons theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, you can check it out here.
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