Check out these Free Christmas Coloring Pages! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so let’s get coloring! Use markers, crayons, and watercolors to fill in your Christmas coloring sheets! Color in a reindeer, a snowman, Santa Clause, a Christmas tree, a nutcracker, a Christmas wreath, and more. Use these sheets to boost creativity and get talking about the spirit of Christmas. Tis the season to be jolly, now get coloring! Print all 10 sheets below.
Christmas Coloring Pages!
Use markers, crayons, and watercolors to fill in your free coloring pages! Be sure to ask your little ones questions while completing the coloring sheets. What is your favorite thing about Christmas? What is your favorite Christmas song? Have you been naughty or nice this year? Be sure to print your Free Letter to Santa Templates to make your Christmas gift list!
Coloring Page Supplies
Get your supplies! Grab Confetti Crayons and Glitter Markers to make your coloring pages extra fun! Don’t forget that Kwik Stix are great to use when getting creative with these coloring sheets. Other great materials include markers, crayons, and watercolors. Be sure to ask your little ones questions while completing the sheets to build vocabulary and a social connection.
Free Christmas Coloring Pages for Preschoolers
Have fun filling in snowmen, Christmas wreaths, stockings, reindeer, ornaments, Santa Clause and more! As a former ballerina, I love The Nutcracker and a great way to introduce your little ones to the story is with The Nutcracker based on the book by E.T.A. Hoffmann, illustrated by Carly Gledhill. This great preschool level version of the book! Why not show a clip of the ballet while you’re at it?
Christmas Coloring Sheets
These Christmas activities are great for building fine motor skills and boosting creativity! Be sure to talk about the reason for the season and remind your little ones that nothing can separate us from the love of the Lord.
Cute Christmas Books for Preschool
Be sure to grab a cute Christmas book for preschool to go along with your coloring pages! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build a social bond, boost vocabulary skills, and discover potential interests! Read “Bear Stays Up for Christmas”, “Llama Llama Holiday Drama”, and “Who’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve?”.
Click below to print your Free Christmas Coloring Pages!
We hope you enjoyed these Free Christmas Coloring Pages! Be sure to check out the Gingerbread Man Activities to keep the holiday fun going!