A cute free printable Christmas book that answers the question, “What will Santa do?” It uses fun repetition to help children with reading comprehension and has cheerful pictures for them to color. It’s just perfect for the holidays.
Encourage your child to read this Christmas with a book they can make on their own. Simply print out the template, assemble, and the kids can do the rest. They will love sharing the book with you and those who have a lap for them to sit on and an ear to listen to them read. One of the great things is the more they share their book, the more they practice reading. That’s why I love printable books! See the rest of our Printable Book Collection Here.
The “What Will Santa Do?” book has different options to choose from so before you print, make sure you select what pages you want to use. You can choose the trace-a-word or no-trace option, as well as select which ending page to use. The options there are “Happy Holiday” or “Merry Christmas.” On each page Santa is doing something different for Christmas like checking his list, going on a sleigh ride, and heading down the chimney. It’s an exciting time for Santa!
BECAUSE ALL ACTIVITIES ARE BETTER WITH A BOOK! Our list is a little bit longer then normal because we LOVE books and Santa!
Click photos: Affiliate links to more information on these books we love!
(Purchases through affiliate links earn us a small commission with no extra cost to you. See our Disclosure Policy here.)
Easy Reader Book: What Will Santa Do?
- Print out the book on white paper. Set aside the cover page. It is the page with Santa and the place for children to write their name.
- Cut the remaining pages in half and assemble them in order.
- Fold the cover page in half and place the pages of the book inside.
- Staple the book on the left side to secure the pages.
- Let children color the pages of their book and encourage them to read.
Since the word “What” appears in the story on every page we talked about the letter team, WH, before we started reading. We call WH words whisper words because the “H” is whispered and doesn’t make its usual sound. Other WH words include Why, Whale, and White.