NEW! 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 some great Christmas printables at Activity Village - including useful Christmas planning sheets, paper doll outfits, Christmas alphabets, Christmas joke printables 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
Here are some Christmas Cutting Shapes (with dotted cutting lines for our younger visitors). They are fun cutting practise for younger kids, and older children can use them in their Christmas craft projects. Maybe you could make a mobile (see below) or to decorate the tree or Christmas cards?
Encourage the children to sit down and cut out these super cute Christmas cutting shapes: the concentration may help relieve the overexcitement for 5 minuntes!
These little Christmas joke cards are designed to be tucked into home-made Christmas crackers but you can use them in all sorts of ways. Pop them into a lunch box, perhaps? Make a treasure hunt and see who can collect the most. Punch a hole in one corner and use them as an original gift tag?
Here's a selection of some of our favourite Christmas jokes in colourful format. Print it out and share with friends and family for some Christmas giggles!
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.
You could use this Christmas ornament frame for a writing project, but it also makes a perfect frame for a little picture and some colouring in. A line of these would look very cute strung up in the classroom!
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.
This is a lovely printable for children to use to keep track of things they might like to receive for Christmas - always useful to have at hand when aunties and grannies phone up for ideas!
The kids could use this Christmas Wishes printable to write a list to send to Father Christmas. If you print the black and white version, they can have fun colouring in the picture, too...
What would your six most important Christmas wishes be? Write them here, and you never know who may read them!
This has proven a very popular Activity Village Christmas download with the mums and teachers! The run up to Christmas is a stressful time for everyone and there is so much we need to remember. Don't take any chances from now on.
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!
This set of word cards includes 28 words relating to the story of Jesus' birth, with two spare cards in case you want to add extra words.
We've got two lovely red tartan hearts to print out - as many times as you like - and string together to make a pretty bunting display.