NEW! There are so many ways you can use these cheerful Christmas stockings! Make an advent calendar, hang a double-sided banner, use as money or gift card pockets, put up a Christmas number line to 25, make colourful labels for presents, play a pairs matching game, decorate the classroom ...
Have the kids been good this year? If so, help the children count down to Christmas Day and Santa's visit with our range of Advent Printables!
This Advent Banner is a very clever idea - a mixture of a banner and advent calendar, as well as a potato printing activity, a painting activity, and a cutting and colouring activity!
Cheer up the classroom with this lovely big set of numbers and words with which to count down to Christmas! Cut out the numbers and laminate for a long-lasting result, or just pin them up as they are.
This cheerful Advent Countdown Poster comes complete with a set of number cards that you can stick on each day to keep track of how many more days there are until Christmas.
Print out this advent good deed chart to keep track of behaviour in the run up to Christmas and Father Christmas's visit to fill up a stocking!
These fun printable Advent lunch box notes are not only perfect for lunch boxes but also for home-made Advent Calendars.
This year try an advent calendar with a difference - an advent paper chain. It is fun for the kids to make themselves and is an economical - as well as decorative, alternative to the shop-bought advent calendars.
Here's an exciting advent reward chart that will remind kids to be good in the run up to Christmas! Just add a comment, a sticker or a stamp in each of the spaces...
This printable worksheet will get the kids thinking about the real meaning of Advent, as well as why and how we celebrate it.
Who made the first Advent Calendar? How is Advent celebrated around the world? How is Advent celebrated in your family? Kids can fill in the answer to these questions on this simple Advent worksheet.
Print out this advent wreath printable, and colour it in. Now cut out the candles and the wreath, and stick one candle into place for each week or advent.
Print out this writing activity for the beginning of Advent. The kids can do some research to write about the meaning of the Advent Wreath....
Our Christmas lunch box notes were one of our most popular Christmas downloads last year. They are such a useful size, quick to slice up, and of course they have endless uses! Tuck them in lunch boxes, obviously. Hand them out as an incentive in class. Hide them for a treasure hunt.
These Christmas quotes bookmarks are perfect for stocking fillers or as a small gift for your family and friends on Christmas day. There are 24 of them, so they are perfect for tucking into a home made advent calendar, too! You could maybe leave one at each place setting for Christmas dinner?
These 24 gorgeous little Christmas lunch box notes feature some of our favourite Christmas quotes and make the perfect little message to tuck into a home-made advent calendar, pop onto a breakfast plate or tuck under a pillow - as well as making a lunch box special, of course!