Colour in this pretty Christmas cracker matching up the numbers to the correct colour. UK and US versions available.
Christmas Cracker Theme
Christmas crackers were originally called cracker bonbons, and apparently invented in the 1840s by an imaginative sweet manufacturer whose sweet sales were declining! Now they are very much a part of Christmas around the world, and a Christmas dinner wouldn't be a Christmas dinner without the party hats, jokes and trinkets that are found inside!
Have fun with our Christmas cracker activities, including colouring pages, printables and crafts!
Christmas crackers are fun to pull - my kids always think they are the best part of Christmas dinner - and fun to colour! Here's a simple Christmas cracker colouring page for younger kids.
Kids can make their own Christmas crackers to hang on the tree or give to friends, and fill them with some special treats!
This Christmas cracker dot to dot has alphabet versions as well as numbers. It's a fun way to bring some Christmas cheer to your classroom!
Print, cut out and re-assemble this fun little Christmas jigsaw. It's easy to tuck into an envelope or re-sealable bag for some portable fun. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Use this Christmas cracker poster to display in the classroom or home, in your crafts, or even, cut out neatly, as a oversized Christmas bookmark for the kids to give.
It's not Christmas without Christmas crackers, complete with paper hat, toy and usually a terrible joke! Our Christmas cracker poster features a lovely silver cracker, ready to be pulled...
Write an acrostic poem using the letters CRACKER, and make it snappy! Our cracker acrostic poem printable comes in lined and unlined versions, with and without graphics, so you can pick the one that is right for you.
Here's a finger tracing worksheet for the word "cracker" - without which Christmas dinner would be a much quieter affair!