A lovely photograph of an Advent wreath adorns this notebooking page. Perfect for writing about Christmas traditions and Advent.
Christmas Wreath Printables
Enjoy these Christmas wreath printables at home or for the classroom. We've got writing frames, printable jigsaws, a learn to draw tutorial, posters and more...
This gorgeous poster features a beautiful and traditional advent wreath. Print using the borderless settings on your printer for best results.
Use this lovely Advent wreath story paper to write about the meaning of advent and other Christmas traditions. Choose from two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
This Christmas pencil control worksheet provides "greyed-out" pictures of a wreath and candy cane - both with lots of detail - for the kids to trace over.
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 Christmas wreath frame, filled with little writing activities or drawings and coloured in, looks wonderful on display in the classroom when cut out and grouped together. Very festive!
Print this Christmas wreath poster for display in the classroom or home, or for your crafty Christmas projects...
Here's a simple illustration of a Christmas wreath to use in your Christmas projects or put up on display. With some careful cutting it would make a nice frame for a Christmas picture or photo, perhaps?
Here's a poster of a beautiful Christmas wreath, made from natural foliage, oranges, berries and pine cones - I'd love one like this on my door at Christmas! Print to use in your Christmas displays and craft work.
Here's a slightly more complicated design for the kids to complete, one of our set of eight symmetry worksheets. Finish the picture of a Christmas wreath by mirroring the picture to the blank side of the line.
There are parts of this Advent wreath missing from the picture. The children must use the complete picture to help them complete the missing sections, testing their observation skills. It's quite tricky!
This is a great Christmas activity for building concentration and practising pencil skills. Complete the picture of the left by copying the image on the right. Not as easy as it sounds!
Here's a tricky Christmas grid copy puzzle! Use the squares on the empty grid to copy over the picture before colouring in...
Children can learn to draw this lovely Christmas wreath with our fun printable drawing tutorial. Just follow along! Your finished wreath would be pretty decorating a square Christmas card - or how about drawing a tiny one and cutting it out for the front door of a doll's house?
We've got two versions of this festive mystery puzzle - one a little easier and one a bit harder. Don't tell the kids what the picture is and see how many squares they need to complete before they guess...
The Christmas wreath is a symbol of eternity and everlasting life. Children might like to think about the meaning associated with the wreath as they write an acrostic poem from the first letters of the word WREATH.
Here's a finger tracing worksheet for the Christmas classroom, featuring the word "wreath" - tricky, with its silent W!
Practise your handwriting at Christmas with this lovely Christmas wreath worksheet. Trace a number of times, then write by yourself.
Print out our WREATH jigsaw onto printer card and then cut it up along the dotted lines. It's a fun way to learn to spell the word. For older children, you could cut off the letters and just give them the picture to put back together again!