Worksheets and Activities
It makes me very merry that you have chosen my
festive Christmas worksheets and activities to celebrate this season!
What a wonderful time of year to spend time with your family and
create new holiday traditions.
Hey, what do you like to do for preschool Christmas fun?
Christmas Party Lesson Plan
Christmas Worksheets Needed:
Dinner Mat Weavers: Christmas Star,
Candy Cane Friends: Reindeer,
First Christmas Story,
Decorating the Christmas Tree Game,
Jingle Bells Jinglers
First Christmas Story
(A wonderful way to tell your child about the first Christmas)
Decorating the Christmas Tree Game
(A merry matching game that teaches the joy of giving)
Jingle Bells Jinglers
(Add some jubilee to the old favorite "Jingle Bells")
Dinner Mat Weavers: Christmas Star
(A fun festive weaving project)
Candy Cane Friends: Reindeer
(Make some merry reindeer candy cane friends)
Candy Cane Bean Bag
Present Bean Bag
Star Bean Bag
(click here for some great bean bag activities ideas)
Festive Wrapping Paper
Get a variety of papers and let your child cut, color and paste his own wrapping paper.
You will need large and small marshmallows and some stick pretzels. Using a toothpick, let your child poke two large marshmallows
and one small on the toothpick. Break a pretzel in half and poke in the sides for arms. You could also use frosting to hold the
marshmallows together and decorate with candies.
Put a pair of mittens on your child's hands. Give him a Hershey's kiss and time how long it takes to unwrap it.
Paper Chain Decorations
Cut thin strips of colored paper and let your child staple them together in loops.
Ring Around the Christmas Tree
Hold your child's hands and spin in a circle while singing these words to the tune of Ring Around the Rosie:
Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree
You look oh so lovely
Lots of lights, glowing bright
They all shine down!
Snowball Marshmallow Fight
Tell your child that he gets to have a snowball fight inside.
Let him use the marshmallows to have a snowball fight. After, make sure he helps clean up.
Wash your child's hands. Tell him that the marshmallows are like little snowballs and give him a large marshmallow.
To make the taffy, pull the marshmallow apart, then put it back together. Do that over and over until it makes taffy.
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