Leaving out milk and cookies for Santa is always a fun Christmas Eve tradition. It’s always exciting to wake up in the morning and see how many cookies Santa ate!
Are your kids afraid that Santa won’t know where to drop off presents for them this year? Maybe you won’t be home for the holidays or maybe they just want to be really sure Santa remembers them.
Traditions are always such a fun part of the holiday season. If your kids usually write their wish list to Santa, have them use this free printable letter to Santa. It even has an “Official North Pole” document stamp on it! Once they are done writing their letter, you can use the free printable envelope …
Today, I wanted to share another fun printable to help make the upcoming holiday season even more magical for your kids; a free printable nice list certificate, signed by Santa himself.
Today I wanted to share these free printable official elf reports. There are three options available to download. One is a general elf report with space to write down notes. The second is a “Keep up the good work” report, which is perfect for praising good behavior. And the third option is a “WARNING” report. This …
This free printable Christmas word search would make a great activity to entertain the kids and get them excited for the holiday season! It would also be perfect for a classroom holiday party.
Figuring out how to keep the kids entertained while waiting for Santa to come can really be a difficult challenge. With all of the excitement of the holiday season, it can be pretty hard to get them to focus on anything other than writing their Christmas list!
This free printable Christmas placemat is a great way to keep kids entertained before or during Christmas dinner.
Have fun searching for and counting winter and holiday themed pictures in this free printable Christmas I Spy Game. This I Spy Game is perfect for holiday parties at home or in the classroom. It’s a great festive activity that will keep everyone entertained.