You can use a bauble to decorate the tree - and our bauble acrostic poem printable to decorate your walls with your own creative writing this Christmas!
Christmas Decorations Printables
Learn to draw a Christmas bauble, get crafty with our pretty scrapbook paper covered in Christmas decorations, print out a poster for the classroom wall, try your hand at a jigsaw or two - there's lots of Christmas decorations themed printables here!
In England we decorate our Christmas trees with Christmas "baubles" - a word that I don't think is used anywhere else! Here's a finger tracing worksheet for kids to practice their handwriting with.
When you think about it, "bauble" is quite a strange word! But it's a useful word to learn how to write at Christmas, so perhaps our handwriting worksheet will come in useful...
This is a perfect lacing card for younger children, who will have fun lacing all around the edges of the simple bauble outline! Print onto card, punch holes evenly around the edges, and lace! You could laminate the activity to make it last longer, or just do it as a "one-off".
This Christmas bauble lacing card is perfect for your younger children, with its simple round outline. Just punch holes and sew!
Here's a poster of a pretty bauble, ready to print out and use in Christmas displays and craft projects.
Finish our picture of a Christmas bauble using symmetry in this fun activity. The gridded worksheet is an easier task.
Bauble is a funny word, isn't it? Kids can learn how to spell it by tracing over the dotted letters on this Christmas handwriting worksheet.
Make your own pretty Christmas basket, perfect for making your own gift (you could put chocolates or small presents inside) or as a festive decoration. Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines, then glue the tabs to stick together.
This must be one of our prettiest match up activities! Can the children match up the pairs of sparkly Christmas baubles?
Use as many different colours of playdough as you like to decorate this bauble in a fun and festive way.
Bring a festive twist to this classic game with our Christmas bauble tic-tac-toe. Print on to card and laminate then use buttons, counters or even candy to place on the grid to try to make 3 in a row.
We have two sizes of this pretty Christmas baubles card, a larger card that can be simply printed and folded in half, and a card that can be folded twice into an A6-sized card.
These lovely Christmas cubes look cute placed underneath a mini Christmas tree or on a mantlepiece! Print onto some card, cut out, then fold along the lines. Glue along the tabs then construct your cube! We have two versions to choose from below: colour, or black and white.
Encourage the children to sit down and cut out these super cute Christmas cutting shapes: the concentration may help relieve the overexcitement for 5 minuntes!
Available in colour or black and white, lined or blank, this Christmas decorations frame should have lots of uses in the classroom and home. Perfect for some Christmas writing or drawing!
This circular maze inside a Christmas decoration – one of a set of four – is actually quite tricky. It might be a fun idea to laminate it and use a dry wipe pen to find the route to the candy cane.
Here is our second Christmas decoration maze. This one has a gingerbread man at the centre. Can the kids find the correct route? There is a printable solution if you get stuck!
Here is our third Christmas decoration maze, and just to warn you, these are all quite tricky! You have to find the route from the red arrow to the bell in the centre…
Maze 4 of our Christmas decoration mazes has a little bunch of holly at the finish. We've also prepared a solution in case you get stuck.
Learn some Christmas vocabulary by labelling the decorations in this Christmas decorations labelling booklet.
Trace the lines in these pretty Christmas tree decorations, using a variety of colours or outlining in black and then colouring in. All those loops and wiggly lines and circles are great handwriting practice!
Here are two "harder" Christmas tree decorations for the kids to trace over, getting valuable pencil control practice as they do. Make sure that they take their time and fill in all the pretty details.
Print this Christmas poster featuring a pretty bauble and icicle decoration for the Christmas tree. Use them in crafts, too - why not just cut them out, add a bit of glitter and hang on the tree?
Available part-coloured in red, green and blue, these lovely Christmas ornaments can be used as a cutting and sticking or sorting activity. Best printed onto card. They are also fun for children to colour in and embellish, especially if you have some silver or gold pens or glitter!
As well as for learning vocabulary you could also use this Christmas decorations booklet as a spotters guide!
This craft printable makes a Christmas decoration with a difference! Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines and glue the tabs to make two pyramids. Now join the two pyramids together to make a fantastic diamond.
Here's a large Christmas ornament frame for Christmas writing and drawing activities. Colour them and hang them up with ribbon for a pretty Christmas display!
You could use this Christmas ornament frame for a writing project, but it also makes a perfect frame for a little picture and some colouring in. A line of these would look very cute strung up in the classroom!
This little Christmas ornament writing frames are useful for classroom writing activities and look very pretty on display! You could even punch a hole in the top and hang on the Christmas tree...
Paper chains are one of the simplest but prettiest homemade decorations to make at Christmas! There are 6 designs in this pack, and you can choose from our coloured printable or black and white version (so you can colour them yourself).
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.
Complete the picture of these christmas decorations. Then you could colour them in and cut them out for your own tree!
Decorate the house for Christmas with this fun printable activity for kids! The house is below, and the decorations - to print, cut out and stick - are here: Decorate the house for Christmas - decorations printable
Decorate a sitting room for the holidays with this printable Christmas activity for kids. Draw in or stick on your own decorations, or cut, colour and stick there: Decorate the room for Christmas - decorations printable
Here's a good way to start the kids off with some handwriting practice in the run up to Christmas. Finger trace the letters of "decorations", then use a pencil or pen to trace them again. And of course there's a picture to colour in too.
Handwriting worksheets are so much more fun at Christmas! Trace and copy the word "decorations" and colour in the pretty picture...
Everyone loves a gingerbread house at Christmas and now you can make your own craft version! Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines. Glue along the tabs to make the house, then fold and glue the roof to the back.
Can the kids count the ornaments in this fun Christmas puzzle? How about counting by shape and colour, too?
We've got two different types of Christmas decorations that kids can learn to draw in easy steps, by following along with the illustrations in our printable. When you've got the hang of them, why not draw a few onto card, colour them out, and hang them on the Christmas tree?
Print and use in the classroom or home, as a worksheet (can your child recognise the shapes and colours of the Christmas ornaments?) or perhaps as a Christmas template.
Use our Christmas bauble template in an oval shape for your Christmas craft or scrapbook projects. How about printing onto coloured card or paper and adding stickers, sequins or glitter, then string them up around the classroom or home?
This long thin bauble template make an interesting shape for your Christmas crafts. How about printing onto coloured paper, cutting out and decorating each bauble with a dab of glue and some glitter?
Use this round bauble template, which comes in a range of sizes, for your Christmas crafts. Alternatively use the larger sizes as writing frames, or cut them out of coloured paper and glue a smaller circle with a drawing or words on it in the centre. How about string them around the room?