This might be my favourite of all our Christmas acrostic poem printables for it's simple elegance. Children young and old can try their hand at poetry writing and display their work in style on their choice of our angel acrostic poem printables.
Enjoy angel jigsaws, angel writing paper, our beautiful printable angel crafts, and many more angel printables!
Here's a fun handwriting worksheet for early learners, who can finger trace the letters of the word "angel" before colouring in our picture. When they are more confident they can trace the letters with a pencil or pen.
Angel is of course an important word at Christmas time. Children can practise writing it with the help of this pretty worksheet.
Here's a cute little angel illustrating one of our print, cut and play jigsaws for kids. Something special for Christmas perhaps? You can find our instructions and templates here: Jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Here's a cute little angel poster to print and display at Christmas or any time. How about using the picture as the basis for a collage, adding glitter and sequins to make the angel extra special?
What a happy angel! She'd look great on top of any Christmas tree. Print out our angel poster and use as a Christmas decoration or as part of your Christmas crafts.
Angel can be a tricky word to spell, but the kids can practise with our pretty angel jigsaw. Print onto some card, then cut down the lines into strips. Can the children spell the word correctly and make the picture?
This pretty angel picture can be completed by using symmetry. We've provided a grid to help as she's rather tricky!
Complete the picture of this little Christmas angel and learn about symmetry at the same time. Choose from a gridded version of the worksheet (easier) or blank.
Trace over the dotted letters spelling "angel" and then colour in our picture. A lovely worksheet for Christmas time...
Here are two beautiful Christmas angels for the children to trace over. There are lots of loops and swirls and different shapes to give plenty of pencil control practice, and of course they can add some extra decorations if they like.
Here are two pretty Christmas word jigsaws for the words "angel" and "bells". Print onto card and cut apart on the wavy lines. Now ask the kids to rebuild the words!
Fill in the missing parts of the grid using the complete picture of a Christmas angel on the right. The children could have a go at this printable activity as part of a Nativity theme, together with our other Nativity "complete the picture" printables.
Use the squares on the grid to help you copy the drawing of a Christmas angel. It's fun, and good practice too!
Kids can learn how to draw an angel for Christmas or any time with this step by step drawing tutorial to print.
Need a last minute Christmas card? Try printing out this very cute Little Christmas Angel card. Just choose the version you'd prefer (foldable into A5 or A6), print, then fold (you'll need to fold the A6 version twice).