With a festive font and cheerful candy canes, our candy cane acrostic poem printable will look very Christmassy on display!
Candy Cane Printables
Learn to draw a candy cane, print and craft a candy cane, try your hand at a candy cane jigsaw or two - all this and more in our candy cane printables collection!
Use this Christmas handwriting worksheet with beginner writers. Finger trace the letters of "candy cane", starting each letter on the dots, and then try it with a pencil.
This fun Christmas handwriting worksheet gives the kids lots of practice writing "candy cane" - first tracing and then copying.
Here's a bright candy cane lacing card which is sure to appeal to little kids! Just print, cut out and punch holes around the edges ready to lace or sew.
This candy cane is mising its stripes! Get out some red playdough make some and make the cane look tasty.
Here's a simple, pretty poster of two candy canes making a heart shape, perfect for Christmas craft projects or to display as a decoration.
This simple printable craft is quick, addictive and very effective. The candy canes look good enough to eat! Hang them on the tree or use them to decorate Christmas presents. You could even use them in a Christmas treasure hunt - writing clues inside before your roll the candy canes up!
This candy cane template comes in lots of sizes, so you should find just what you are looking for to help you with your Christmas crafts.
This is a lovely worksheet to get the kids working on their handwriting at Christmas time! Just trace over the letters of candy cane and then colour in the picture.
This Christmas pencil control worksheet provides "greyed-out" pictures of a wreath and candy cane - both with lots of detail - for the kids to trace over.
Printable Christmas scrapbook paper with a red and white candy cane stripe and holly motif. You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and view this pdf.
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, with the words "candy cane" and "decorations". Print into card, then cut apart along the wavy lines. Rebuilding the words is excellent practice for the kids.
You will see that there are parts of the top picture of a candy cane which have gone missing! Your child's task is to fill in the blanks, using the complete picture at the bottom for guidance.