This pretty Christmas acrostic poem printable comes in four variations and can be used as a writing frame as well as to inspire some clever Christmas poetry.
Christmas Tree Printables
Lots of fun Christmas tree printables with which to entertain the kids or fill up the classroom with fun Christmas activities!
Colour in this picture of children opening their presents in front of the Christmas tree, using the colour and pattern key below.
This printable Christmas Scrapbook Paper has a dark red background with a modern little Christmas tree repeating design. You will need to enter the password "ActivityVillage.co.uk" when prompted (case sensitive, without the quotation marks).
We have two versions of this Christmas tree activity - large and small. Print, colour, cut out and stick!
Here's a blank version of our Christmas tree bookmarks, so there is space for you or your child to write a message or record your reading book page number. They take a little cutting, but they look great peaking out of a Christmas book!
Here's a simple Christmas colouring challenge for younger ones! We have two printables here, one with tree coloured and one all black and white.
Colour in the decorations on the Christmas tree according to our instructions. Some careful counting will be required! This is a fun printable for early learners in the Christmas classroom.
Finger trace the letters of the words "Christmas Tree" and colour in the picture. It's a fun worksheet to use in the weeks before Christmas...
This pretty Christmas tree frame comes in colour and black and white, lined or blank, so it is perfect for brightening up the classroom and home during the festive season and can be used for all sorts of writing and drawing projects.
A Christmas tree is a wonderful thing - so I'm sure the children will be happy practising learning how to write it!
Give this printable Christmas tree jigsaw a try. Just print, cut out (with the help of our jigsaw templates) and then get the kids to put it back together again! You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Print, cut out and enjoy these Christmas tree joke bookmarks - perfect for handing out in the classroom at Christmas!
Children love decorating Christmas trees - and now they can do it time and time again with our Christmas tree playdough mat! Just laminate to make it hardwearing.
Simple and bright, use this Christmas tree poster as decoration, in your craft projects, or even as a lacing card for preschoolers! For a really quick and simple craft, just glue on some extra decorations and glitter, and punch a hole in the top to hang up your tree to display!
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.
Printable Christmas tree scrapbook paper blue background with stripes of quirky green Christmas trees and Christmas baubles - fun!
Enjoy this Christmas Tree scrapbook paper with a bright blue background and stripes of small green Christmas trees and baubles!
Fun, modern and bright Christmas tree scrapbook paper with a green background and Christmas motifs scattered at an angle...
Use this lovely picture of a Christmas room to spark some creative or descriptive writing. Then colour in!
Here's a simple picture of a Christmas tree for the kids to complete while learning about symmetry. Once the whole tree is drawn, why not add some decorations in a symmetrical pattern, too?
Here's a simple writing paper or writing frame design with a cute Christmas tree illustration, perfect for capturing Christmas writing projects.
This is a simple design for some Christmas writing paper, lined, with a lovely tree in the top corner. Use it for writing letters, lists or stories!
These lovely loopy and swirly Christmas trees provide plenty of handwriting practice for the kids - although it won't feel like handwriting practice!
Print out these Christmas word jigsaws - a Christmas tree and Christmas wreath - onto card, and then cut along the dotted lines. Each segment of the jigsaw now has a letter on it. The children must put the jigsaw back together in the right order to spell the word.
This is a lovely activity for the run up to the holidays. Complete the picture of the christmas tree and then colour it in!
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
Decorate the tree for Christmas, using our Christmas tree colouring page outline drawing. Kids can either colour it in and and decorate themselves, or print out our page of Christmas tree decorations to cut, colour and stick, here:
Use this layered Christmas tree template in your crafts. The larger sizes also make interesting writing frames, especially if grouped as a "forest" on the board.
This Christmas tree template could be useful for all sorts of crafty Christmas projects. It's simple outlines make it simple for younger children to cut out.
Learn how to draw a pretty Christmas tree with our step by step illustrations for children. And of course once you have got to grips with drawing the tree, you can have some fun with the decorations and the colouring in!
This lovely Christmas tree needs some playdough presents under it to make it ready for Christmas, don't you think?
Use this useful, simple Christmas tree outline for making cards, scrapbooking and lots of other Christmas craftiness! We have two pdfs below offering various different sizes.
Use this teardrop tree template for your collage and craft projects, at Christmas (it makes a lovely simple Christmas tree for children to cut out) or any time.
"The perfect Christmas tree? All Christmas trees are perfect!". Our Christmas tree is usually covered in mismatched decorations, many of which have been handmade by the children over the years - but we love it! As this quote poster says, all Christmas trees are perfect!