ere's a fun illustrated poster of a Christmas gift to print and use at home or at school.
Christmas Present Printables
Here's a collection of printable activities for children featuring Christmas presents (or Christmas gifts) - including posters, learn to draw tutorials and lots more!
Here's a simple black and white design of a pile of Christmas presents with writing lines beneath, perfect for the classroom (and for colouring in!) Choose from three variations depending on age and project.
The Three Wise Men came bearing gifts for Jesus, and our printable money envelope features three wise men "bearing gifts" too! Use the little present as a "sticker" to seal the envelope.
Print cut out and enjoy this little printable jigsaw of a Christmas gift. You could even package it up and give it instead of a Christmas card! You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates
Just print, cut out and punch holes in this cartoon Christmas present for a fun lacing activity for younger kids. Laminate if you wish to reuse.
Which present belongs to which child? Children can trace with their fingers along the lines to find out - or use a pencil or crayon. Good practice for early writing.
Here's a simple illustration of a Christmas gift to print out as a poster for classroom or home, or to use in your Christmas activities. You could print the poster onto card, cut around the edges, punch holes and use it as a sewing or lacing card for younger children.
Wrapping presents and making them look pretty can be lots of fun at Christmas. Someone has done a great job at wrapping the presents on this poster - I wonder who will be lucky enough to receive them?
This festive writing paper is perfect for writing a list for Santa, as it features some colourful Christmas presents! It's also great for thank you letters, and for lots of other Christmas writing projects too...
Someone will be excited when they come downstairs to see all the presents left under this pretty Christmas tree! Print this lovely poster for your Christmas displays.
Everyone enjoys receiving beautifully wrapped gifts, and children will enjoy completing the picture of a present we have here. Use the image on the right as your guide.
These children are all wrapped up and ready to deliver Christmas presents on this fun printable poster.
This pencil control worksheet featuring an interesting present, complete with lovely boat, is a fun way to practice handwriting at Christmas or other gift-giving occasions. Children need to think about where each line will begin and end and aim for a really nice result.
The wrapping on this gift is a little bit boring! Children can have fun making a playdough bow and other decorations to make it an interesting and exciting gift that anyone would be thrilled to receive.
It is easy to draw even a 3D Christmas present with big bow like this one, if you follow along with the step by step instructions in the printable! Of course you can adapt this to make a birthday present too, just by colouring the picture in with different colours...
This is a very simple game for which you only need a slip of paper and pencil for each player (or you can use our printable, below). It works well in the classroom and in middle-sized mixed gatherings, where everybody knows each other to some extent.
Everyone loves solving a mystery, and this puzzle will be much more fun if you keep the final picture a secret from the kids! They simply need to fill in the grid square by square to reveal the Christmas object...
These lucky children on this poster are opening their presents on Christmas Day. I wonder they've got?
This lovely Christmas tree needs some playdough presents under it to make it ready for Christmas, don't you think?
This is a fun printable to fill in with the kids just after the New Year, when they can look back on Christmas and last year's birthday and try to decide on their favourite present of the year - no easy task! We have blank and lined frames here for you to choose from.