Why is this cute baby so excited? Maybe it's Christmas morning? Ask the kids draw some presents under the Christmas tree ready for the baby to open...
Christmas Imagination Pages
These fun Christmas Imagination Pages ask children to provide their own imagination to fill in some of the details, and that makes them particularly useful for children who aren't confident about drawing or who need a little nudge to get started. You can use them in many different ways in the classroom or home, and we hope you will enjoy getting creative with them.
There's nothing more exciting than opening a fancy box at Christmas. Can the kids use their imagination to draw a lovely surprise inside?
Decorating a Christmas cake is a lovely activity to do with your family at Christmas. This doodle page lets the children draw their perfect Christmas cake decorations - they could draw holly, stars, a snowman or anything else they wish!
Let the children be creative and have fun too, by asking them to design two different Christmas cards with our Christmas card doodle page.
There's something very exciting about helping your teacher decorate your classroom ready for Christmas! The children on this Christmas classroom doodle page need a little help decorating their classroom - can you draw some sparkly decorations and tinsel, and maybe a Christmas tree?
Here's a chance for the kids to draw a huge feast of delightful food for Christmas dinner on this fun doodle page. Will they choose traditional food like turkey and Christmas pudding, or maybe draw some more unusual menu choices?
Here's a fun doodle page that will keep the kids busy at Christmas. Can they draw a portrait of all their family at Christmas? Maybe print a copy for each member of your family to complete, and then have fun comparing them once you've finished!
Who would you like to give a special gift to this Christmas? Write their name and maybe draw a little picture on the gift tag on our Christmas gift doodle page.
These Christmas gifts need brightening up with some pretty Christmas wrapping paper doodles! Can the kids use their coloured pens and crayons to make them look extra special? They could even add a bit of glitter for some Christmas sparkle!
Can the children write the word Christmas in some fancy festive letters? They could copy the ideas on the doodle page, or be creative with their own design...
What would you like to see under your Christmas tree on Christmas morning? Draw some pictures of what you'd like to find on our Christmas morning doodle page.
Here's a fun doodle activity for Christmastime. There are two pairs of shoes on this page, but can the kids draw the rest of the Christmas outfits - perhaps a whacky Christmas jumper and a Santa hat?
Use our fun Christmas postcard doodle page to write a postcard to a friend or relative telling them all about your Christmas - you could draw some small pictures too?
Here's an opportunity for the children to let their imaginations go wild this Christmas - what would be the best Christmas present in the world? They can draw whatever they like on this doodle page!
This Christmas pudding looks like the perfect end to a Christmas dinner! Grab your festive colouring pencils and make the page look pretty...
We think the children will love this Christmas doodle page featuring a very cute puppy! He's already got a tasty bone, but he needs some more presents - can the children draw some gifts for him?
This pretty Christmas scene doodle page is missing a few important things - Santa and his sleigh, and yourself!
Baby Jesus wasn't alone in the stable when he was born! Can the kids complete this Christmas Stable Doodle page by drawing the people and animals who were in the stable with him?
We've started this doodle page with some Christmas stars - can the children fill the rest of the page with more stars and Christmas sparkle? You could try using glitter pens if you have some!
These Christmas stockings look a bit plain at the moment! Can the children decorate them, so they look ready to hang up on Christmas Eve?
Can the kids draw a beautiful angel or a sparkly star on top of the Christmas Tree on this doodle page? Or maybe they can think of something else to use as a tree topper?
Have you ever looked out of the window on Christmas Eve hoping to catch a glimpse of Santa on his sleigh? Perhaps the kids can draw him on this Christmas window doodle page, or maybe a snowman or a robin?
Ask the kids to complete this doodle page with a Christmas Wish for the world. Can they draw a picture and maybe write a message too?
This fun Christmas tree doodle page has two drawing activities for the children to try. Can they decorate the tree, then draw a close up picture of their favourite decoration?
Here are two Christmas Doodle Pattern Tiles with outlines designed for older children to fill up with tangles, doodles or patterns! Sub-divide each shape and the background to make the finished design even more interesting.
Here are two pretty Christmas outlines on our Doodle Pattern Tiles - a star and a simple Christmas tree - to encourage the kids to get creative with their pens! Older children might try a "zentangle" type design; younger kids can let their imaginations fly!
Only one of these gingerbread cookies has been decorated with icing - can the children complete the rest? Maybe you can bake and decorate some yummy real ones later too!
In the nativity, the shepherds and wise men found their way to the stable by following the bright star - but it's missing from this picture! Can the children draw the star on our doodle page so the shepherds and wise men can find their way to baby Jesus?
This fun Christmas doodle page has two activities for the kids to enjoy. Can they draw Santa's jolly face using the outline we've provided, then draw their own picture of Santa too?
Santa is busy delivering everybody's Christmas presents on Christmas Eve - but what would he like for a gift for himself? The kids can draw him his ideal present on our doodle page...
Santa won't get far on Christmas Eve without his reindeer to pull his sleigh! Can the children draw them for him on this doodle page?
These Elves are ready to start making toys for Christmas in Santa's workshop, but they need the children to draw them first! This doodle page is a fun way to keep the kids busy for a little while at Christmas.
We've started to draw some snowflakes on this doodle page, but the children need to draw lots more! Perfect for a winter or Christmas activity.