Santa Snowball Number Toss Game
Cute Santa snowball number toss game that children can play that will not feel like they are reinforcing their recognition of numbers. Because, what child wouldn’t like tossing something indoors without getting into trouble?
Paper Plate Reindeer
Make up your own herd of these paper plate reindeer. The craft has a simple materials list and it is fairly easy to pull together, which makes the craft a winner.
Gingerbread Man Fingerplay
This is a cute gingerbread man fingerplay to act out with your children. Just download the picture to your phone, tablet or computer for quick reference to use in your classrooms.
Im a Little Pine Tree Christmas Song
Im a Little Pine Tree Christmas Song is a Preschool Christmas song that is sung to the tune of I’m a Little Teapot.
Jean over at The Artful Parent has a new twist on salt dough ornaments. The lacey dough ornaments are made by punching holes through the ornaments by using straws.
Lunch Bag Rudolph Art Project
Make a lunch bag rudolph art project up ahead of time and leave it on the art table for free art. Set out all the paper and brown paper lunch bags that would be needed to complete the project. Allow the children to complete the project as their skill level allows.
Use this pattern for any Christmas Themed project. Doubles as a coloring page.
Print out all 20 of the gingerbread numbers 1-20. Laminate the pages and set out M&M brand candies or other candies for the children to decorate their gingerbread men with according to the number shown.
Looking for a way to recycle old Christmas bulbs? Try glitter glue. The bulbs can take on a completely new life and they make wonderful Christmas gifts for parents.
Use the printable PDF file below to download and print the Christmas angel coloring page.
A Beary Merry Christmas Mini Theme is a one day Preschool theme centered around a bear theme of course.
Christmas tree coloring page.
You more than likely have all the ingredients in your cupboard to make this simple salt dough recipe.
Use the printable PDF file here to download and print a copy of the poem for the hand print.
Paint each child’s palm and press it under the poem. Use a pencil eraser dipped in red paint to make the berries. Add the child’s name and date. Attach the hand print / poem to green or red construction paper after the print is dry.