Christmas is a magical time of year to teach! Although it can be busy, it also allows you to bring out fun Christmas printables and Christmas crafts for your students. Here are the very best Christmas learning resources for littler learners to use in your classroom this winter!
Christmas Learning Resources for Little Learners
We always love fun Christmas games! This year use Christmas Bingo as a great collaborative activity for your little learners.
Make your literacy center more festive with Christmas Tree Blend Puzzles. This is a great Christmas download to laminate and use year after year.
I love Christmas crafts! Especially when they include handprints. The Hand Print Mitten Craft will make a great parent gift for your students to make and hang on their Christmas tree at home.
Reindeer are the animal of the season! Your students are going to LOVE learning all about these fun animals in their own Reindeer Animal Study.
I’m in love with all thing Christmas lights! They always bring a smile to the faces of students. This year add the Christmas Lights Addition Worksheets to your match center for fun addition practice for little learners.
Reindeer food is a great way to bring the magic of Christmas to your students. This printable allows you to easily make special Reindeer food for your students to take home and sprinkle on their lawn for the reindeer when they visit on Christmas Eve!
Fine motor practice and a Christmas Tree Craft. What is not to love?! Your students will have a blast creating their very own tree. It’s one of my go-to Christmas learning resources.
Gingerbread men make subtraction more fun! Print an laminate these Gingerbread Subtraction Mats for your math centers this winter!
Each year there are TONS of great worksheets, crafts, and lots of memories for your students to take home each Christmas. This year, make a fun Reindeer Bag for them to bring all their work home!
Want to see the Reindeer Bag video tutorial? Check it out!
Do your students need a little more initial sounds practice? They are going to love these Gingerbread Puzzles! This is a great freebie that you can use year after year in your kindergarten classroom.
Grab an extra bag of jingle bells for this fun STEM activity! Jingle Bell Stacking Game is SO easy to set up an sure to be a hit in your creative building centers.
Are you looking for a fun way to help your students practice their number recognition? They are going to LOVE this Christmas Tree Number Printables and these mini Christmas lights as a fun manipulative!
Kids LOVE learning with themes. These Christmas Match-Ups will have them excited about reviewing literacy and math all December long.
Making cookies with my kids is one of my favorite parts of the Christmas season! This is a new way to help students get into the Christmas mood with this interactive My Yummy Gingerbread Man Book. Without a doubt this is going to be a classroom favorite this winter.
Make a Tree has always been my go to Christmas gift for students. It’s a great way to give the gift of open ended creation to your little learners.
I always love when you can combine science and Christmas. This Salt Crystal Science Experiment is a great way to make your students creating ornaments an educational activity.
Need a creative writing idea for December? Your students are going to LOVE this Writing Prompt for Under the Tree! Along with writing, they will create their own 3D Christmas tree!
Santa Letter Puzzles are sure to be a huge hit this December! These Santa themed puzzles are great for your literacy centers or quiet time letter recognition practice.
We always had a box of lost pieces in my classroom. Puzzle pieces seemed to find their way there ALL THE TIME! If you have puzzle pieces that don’t have a home, this Snowflake Ornament Craft is for you!
What Christmas Learning Resources would you add to the list?