Here's a fun way to learn to spell the word Christmas - by finger tracing and then tracing over our large letters, and colouring in Father Christmas too!
Santa Claus Printables
We have a growing collection of Christmas printables with a Santa Claus (or Father Christmas) theme - everything from writing paper for your letters to Santa to printable pop-up Santa puppets!
Here are two pretty Christmas pictures – of Santa Claus and a Christmas candle – for the kids to trace over and possibly decorate and/or colour in. The combination of loops, swirls and straight lines will give them plenty of pencil control practice.
This printable Christmas scrapbook paper has a cheerful red polka dot design with two rows of lovely traditional Santas! You will need to use use password ActivityVillage.co.uk to open and print this pdf file.
"Santa Claus opened his eyes. Christmas Eve! The busiest day of the year..." The kids will have fun finishing off the story that we have started for them in this fun Christmas printable.
Two more of our lovely printable Christmas word jigsaws, this time featuring some relatively simple words - "Santa" and "gift". Print onto card and then cut along the wavy lines.
Trace over the dotted letters of Christmas and then colour in Father Christmas himself. What a fun way to practice your handwriting at Christmas time!
At Christmas the most important letters are the ones that go to the North Pole, and I expect Father Christmas would be very happy to receive a letter written on this lovely paper. We've got lots of variations so that all ages of children can use it.
Here's a simple poster of a jolly Santa that you can display in the classroom or home or use in your Christmas crafts and projects.
Print, colour and cut out these cute little Santa decorations to on the Christmas tree. Why not get the kids to sign the back and date them for a keepsake? We've also got a pre-coloured version for an extra quick Christmas activity.
Father Christmas will definitely know that he should be paying a visit to the children of the house that displays this Father Christmas Welcome sign!
Who could resist this lovely cheerful Father Christmas! Useful for writing lists of all sorts as well as for letters to Santa and Christmas stories.
Here's a great Christmas activity for older kids - reproducing our Santa pattern with their fuse beads! You will need 4 large boards and good counting skills to replicate him.
Here's a step by step tutorial that teaches kids how to draw Father Christmas, or Santa. When you've done your drawing, make sure you colour it in! Why not get the kids to draw a Father Christmas card to give to someone in the family?
Here's one we made earlier! We've got two versions, one in colour and one in black and white ready to be coloured in. Instructions are on the printables below...
We think kids will enjoy putting together this jolly Santa Claus jigsaw! It's easy to make - just print and use one of our guides to cut out. You will need our jigsaw instructions and cutting templates.
Try your hand at an acrostic poem using the letters in SANTA, or use the frame in the classroom or home for other writing tasks.
Have some fun with this Santa acrostic poem printable!
Santa came down the chimney And snuck into my room. Noticing that I was awake he Tut-tutted And left. Oh dear.
This cute template of Santa's sleigh is useful for all sorts of crafty projects and come in various different sizes.
We love these Santa bookmarks! They take a little careful cutting out, but they really are worth it. Add your own Christmas message and laminate for durability if you wish.
This fun card featuring Santa heading down the chimney will give someone a chuckle this Christmas! Choose from two versions below: A5 or A6.
Santa says "Ho ho ho..." on the front of this cute printable Christmas card. Use A4 paper fold twice.
What is Father Christmas called in other languages and in other parts of the world? Find out with this fun Christmas poster to print and put up on display.
Just for fun, a printable Christmas story, "Santa Claus Does Not Forget", to enjoy during the holiday season.
Trace over the letters of Santa Claus, first with a finger and then with a pencil. Fun handwriting practice for the Christmas classroom!
Your children can practise their handwriting with this cheerful Santa Claus handwriting worksheet, complete with little colouring picture to keep them interested! Mind you, everyone is interested in Santa Claus...
Kids will love this Santa Claus jigsaw printable! It takes moments to make and it is easy to store and carry around, so it is perfect for keeping kids busy in odd moments! You will need our Jigsaw Instructions and Cutting Guides.
Here's an original activity for Christmas - a Santa Claus (or Father Christmas) lacing card for younger kids!
Here's a lovely cheerful Santa Claus poster to print for display or for use in your Christmas projects...
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas! Here's a poster of Santa Claus, ready to brighten up any Christmas display...
Kids can use this lovely old-fashioned Christmas story paper with a picture of Santa Claus with his sleigh and reindeer to colour in for some imaginative writing at Christmas time!
Here's a word that all children love - so they won't object with practising how to write it! Trace over the letters of Father Christmas, then colour in our jolly Santa picture.
Print and make our Santa Door Hanger to make sure that Santa stops at the right place this year!
We've got 4 different versions to choose from, depending on whether you feel like colouring in and cutting and sticking - or you just want something to put up quickly!
Ho ho ho! Santa is used to being upside down in the chimney, but this year he can climb head first into your books too! These Santa Feet bookmarks are great to pop into stockings, or into home-made Christmas crackers...
This fun Christmas writing paper - with Santa in the chimney - is so appealing that children are sure to enjoy using it! Three versions to choose from...
Spread some Christmas cheer and laughter with these fun little Santa bookmarks complete with jokes. Santa looks great with his head sticking out of a book, too!
Make sure that Santa pays a visit to your house by printing and displaying this fun Christmas sign! You could laminate it and attach to the front door, or even fix it to a post in the front garden...
Children sometimes worry that Santa won't be able to find their house, especially if there isn't a chimney. Print this fun sign and display it prominently so that he knows to visit on Christmas Eve.
Use this fun Christmas template in our suggested Christmas crafts or come up with your own projects. It is available in 4 different sizes.
This hat frame is instantly recognisable as belonging to a certain Father Christmas! It makes a fun classroom writing or drawing frame and looks great on display. The kids could stick on some cotton wool, too, perhaps?
Here's a useful sleigh template for Christmas crafts and projects. Use it as an outline for some creative writing, or as a background shape for a scrapbook or craft, perhaps? 4 sizes available in the pdf below.
Do you know someone who loves all things vintage? This Christmas card with a lovely illustration of Father Christmas card will be perfect for them! It looks great in the larger A5 version, and just as good in the dinky A6 version!