it’s Christmas Eve in the
village. night has fallen and everyone’s asleep.
there’s the sound of tinkling bells.
Father Christmas flying towards us. he doesn’t mind the
winter and the cold his
sleigh is piled high with sacks of presents. which he hands out to everyone.
ho, ho, ho…
Christmas and New Year people give presents to one another. you can make these
presents more personal with these gift tags. print out the picture on strong paper.
colour in each gift tag in festive colours.
cut out the tags along the grey line.
make a hole with a
hole punch where the grey circle is. attach the gift tags to the present with a piece of string.
a fun Christmas guaranteed.
feel like getting creative this
Christmas? make your own
Christmas tree to put beside your bed. you’ll need 5x printouts of the
Christmas tree so print out this colouring page 3x. colour in the
Christmas trees and the baubles and then cut them out. fold each
Christmas tree along the grey dotted lines and fold them inwards. glue the uncoloured sides together to make a beautiful
Christmas tree. put the
Christmas tree beside your bed or give it to someone you love as a present.
Emma and Thomas love
Christmas. the house is cosy and they have time to do plenty of fun things:
reading, craft activities, baking biscuits… and on Christmas Eve they have a home-made
present for each other. now just hope that
snow starts falling. then they can make a
snowman outside. with mummy and daddy.
Merry Christmas everyone!!
Christmas object has its own shadow. draw a circle around the correct shadow.
colour in the objects in pretty colours.
take the colouring page with you to
florist shop in colour for you to make yourself. print out the
shop using a colour printer on strong paper. cut out the florist shop and fold it up into a lovely house.
put glue on the flaps and stick the
shop together. would you prefer to colour in the florist shop yourself?
here for the colouring page.
Christmas a lovely time of year? some people hang a Christmas wreath on their front doors.
print out this Christmas card and colour the wreath in bright colours.
cut out the card and fold it in half.
give the card to someone who enjoys celebrating
Christmas it’s lovely to give cards to friends and family. print out this card on
strong paper. colour in the picture in festive colours.
cut out the card and write a message inside.
give the Christmas card to someone you love.
five of these objects don’t belong in and around the
Christmas tree. colour in these five objects using colours that you like.
give the picture to someone at
candle creates a cosy glow. print out this puzzle on
strong paper. first colour in the puzzle and then cut it out along the lines into 3 pieces.
when you arrange the puzzle pieces in the right order, you’ll have a beautiful
Christmas biscuits for the Christmas period. print out this colouring page on
strong paper (e.g. 185g). colour in the picture in Christmassy colours and cut it into 4 pieces.
now do the puzzle.
Christmas time again. here are four name cards to put on the Christmas table.
print out the colouring page on
strong paper. colour in the name cards and cut them out.
write the names on them.
fold the cards and put them on the festive table.