There are so many ways you can use these cheerful Christmas stockings! Make an advent calendar, hang a double-sided banner, use as money or gift card pockets, put up a Christmas number line to 25, make colourful labels for presents, play a pairs matching game, decorate the classroom ...
Christmas Stocking Printables
We've got a huge collection of Christmas stocking printables, including templates, jigsaws, scrapbook paper, puzzles, learn to draw and much more! Explore and have fun...
Here's a pretty Christmas scrapbook paper with a gentle red and pink colour scheme and stocking motif - great for all sorts of projects. It would be very pretty as a notebook cover, perhaps? You will need the password ActivityVillage.co.uk for this pdf.
Here's a lovely old fashioned stocking made out of fuse beads! This is more suitable for older kids as the turn down on the stocking is quite complicated. You could hang your stocking on the tree when done!
This colourful Christmas Stocking lacing card is perfectly sized for younger children's hands. Print onto card, cut out, and laminate for extra durability.
This colourful Christmas match-up puzzle is a fun activity to keep kids busy while you wait for Christmas to arrive! Match the pairs of Christmas stockings to find the odd one out.
Have fun playing a Christmas memory game with our pretty Christmas stocking matching game cards! You could also use them for sorting and counting activities with younger children.
This Christmas stocking needs decorating and some presents poking out! Have fun with playdough making the stocking ready for Christmas.
Christmas stockings are what Christmas is all about for young children! Here's a printable poster of a traditional stocking, filled with presents.
Here's a big, bold and bright Christmas stocking poster to print out and display, use in your crafts - or perhaps make into a sewing card for younger children?
Looks like someone is getting a special gift in their Christmas stocking! Print out this lovely Christmas stocking poster to use in displays and Christmas craft projects.
The bigger the stocking, the more gifts that will fit inside! Can the children sort these stockings into size order?
Here's a Christmas stocking template in four sizes, which you can use in your Christmas crafts and projects.
Here's a Christmas stocking template that you can use for your Christmas craft projects. It also makes a good frame for Christmas writing...
Use this simple Christmas stocking writing frame for writing projects with younger children, or perhaps for a simple letter to Santa or Christmas wish list! For a blank version, print our Christmas Stocking Colouring Page
We've got three printable variations of this lovely Christmas stocking writing paper - perfect for writing a letter to Father Christmas, perhaps?
Two more printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time of a stocking and a snowman. Print onto card and cut out along the wavy lines. Children now put them back together again, building familiarity with the spelling at the same time!
We've provided part of it, now get your child to complete the rest of this stocking picture by copying the image on the right. Lots of colouring in opportunities too!
Copy the Christmas stocking from the grid on the left to the grid on the right, square by square. It's a fun Christmas activity which takes concentration and a steady hand!
Can you count the stockings, without getting into a muddle! A simple Christmas counting puzzle for younger children.
Christmas stockings are one of the most exciting aspects of Christmas for children all around the world! Kids can learn to draw a Christmas stocking with this fun step by step printable tutorial.
The children on this poster are all excited getting ready for bed on Christmas Eve. What do you like to do before bed on Christmas Eve?
Use this Christmas stocking printable for acrostic poems or as a useful frame for all sorts of Christmas projects.
Our acrostic poem printables are useful not just for acrostic poetry, but also as a writing frame or surround for a Christmas notice. This one uses the Christmas stocking as its subject, and we have four variations below.
Younger children can practise their letters at Christmas with this fun stocking finger tracing worksheet. Start on the dots and trace each letter, first with a forefinger and then with a pencil.
There's a lovely stocking to colour in, once the kids have traced over the letters in the word! Perfect for some Christmas handwriting practice!
A simple but pretty stocking writing paper to use for Christmas letters - perhaps to Father Christmas himself?
Just to make sure that Father Christmas doesn't forget to visit, print out this sign and put it on display somewhere that he is sure to see it! You could laminate it to keep it safe and use it again next year.
Use this stocking writing frame to write or draw about the Christmas stocking - either some creative writing, or perhaps an explanation of where and how the tradition started.
The twins always get the same presents in their stockings on Christmas morning ... but not this year! Santa has forgotten to put something into Tim's stocking. Can the children pair up the toys and find what is missing?