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 ...
More Christmas Printables
We've got so many Christmas printables at Activity Village we have lost count. Here you'll find all the Christmas printables that didn't fit into our other categories journal pages, dolls clothes, alphabets and so much more.
Here are some fun Christmas Tree Alphabet Tags for you to print and cut out. They would make cute gift tags (punch a hole in the top left corner and thread ribbon through), or you can use them in all sorts of alphabet games and activities
Look at the pictures, say the words out loud and peg the letter that matches the beginning sound. These Christmas peg cards are fun extra phonics practise for children.
Ask the children to write a record of their Christmas activities on this festive journal page. You could even put the completed journal page away with the Christmas decorations so you can look back on what you did at Christmas the year before!
Our Christmas lunch box notes were one of our most popular Christmas downloads last year. They are such a useful size, quick to slice up, and of course they have endless uses! Tuck them in lunch boxes, obviously. Hand them out as an incentive in class. Hide them for a treasure hunt.
These 24 gorgeous little Christmas lunch box notes feature some of our favourite Christmas quotes and make the perfect little message to tuck into a home-made advent calendar, pop onto a breakfast plate or tuck under a pillow - as well as making a lunch box special, of course!
These lovely tartan letters will cheer up your Christmas displays, and add some warmth! We've got the whole alphabet, both lower case and upper case, in red and green tartan designs.
Ho ho ho! This printable Christmas wreath is bound to bring plenty of joy wherever you hang it. Print out onto strong white paper or card, punch a hole in the top then thread a festive ribbon through the hole to hang it up.
Print and cut out this jolly Christmas wreath, punch a hole in the top then thread through some festive ribbon to hang around the house or in a classroom.
The picture on the top doesn't look much like a reindeer yet, but it will once the children complete it with a face, antlers and legs! Perhaps he'll have a red nose like Rudolph too?
Here's a fun way to capture Christmas memories, and a memory of your child's development as well! How about suggesting that children use our Christmas picture gallery printable to draw each member of the family in their Christmas jumpers - real or imagined!