With the way the end of the year rushes by it’s time for us to start sharing our new Christmas Activities starting with some free Christmas tree printables. This mini-set for kids can be used to learn uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and fine motor skills. Each tree is full of circles that can be used with do-a-dot markers, stickers, puff balls, Christmas Buttons (affiliate link), and other small holiday themed manipulatives all through December.
Christmas Tree Free Printables for Kids
Fine Motor Skills
There are two fine motor skill trees in the printable pack with lots of dots for kids to decorate.We used q-tips to paint with. When we do this activity again I plan on having the kids put stickers, cereal, marshmallows, candy, and other small things on each dot. I gave Little Tiger (preschooler) the tree with lots of dots and Little Dragon (toddler) the tree with fewer dots.
|Check out Little Tiger’s smile as she paints a rainbow on her Christmas tree and Little Dragon’s smile of satisfaction from a job well done!|
Connect the Dots
The pack has one connect the dots page that children can draw lines connecting numbers 1-10 in sequential order and then they can color their Christmas tree.
We used crayon to connect the dots and color the page. The next time we do it I am going to have Little Tiger use a marker to connect the dots and then color the tree with crayon so the lines connecting the dots don’t fade away.