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Christmas coloring and activities: 25 Christmas Tree themed coloring and activities for your kids #KiddyChartsAdvent

We are spoiling you now – yes, we know we are awesome. We have TWENTY FIVE activities for you for Christmas, to keep the kids entertained while you wrap presents from Christmas coloring pages, to mazes, and Christmas word search ideas, and everything else in between. You name it. We’ve got it. Everything is themed with a wonderful Christmas Tree, so perfect for you to have lots of fun with the kids.

Christmas Coloring and Activities

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The BEST giveaway though, is this collection of Christmas coloring and activities, so let’s show you what you are getting this year…in order to download this, just scroll down to the bottom of the article and click the circular image.

Christmas coloring and activities eBook

Christmas Tree Themed Coloring

The first page of the eBook gives you details of the parnters who have helped support the site this year, and then we launch into our activities for another year….

  • Day 1: Dot to dot,
  • Day 2: Christmas coloring and bauble maze,
  • Day 3: Christmas wordsearch,
  • Day 4: Christmas Tree maze,
  • Day 5: How many? Christmas maths worksheet,
  • Day 6: Christmas Tree coloring page
  • Day 7: Christmas Tree counting skills
  • Day 8: Christmas color by numbers,
  • Day 9: Elf maze activity
  • Day 10: Christmas matching game,
  • Day 11: Christmas tree maths: Missing numbers, and
  • Day 12: How to draw a Christmas Tree.
  • Day 13: Christmas tree notepaper,
  • Day 14: Decorate our Christmas Tree,
  • Day 15: Christmas tree coloring page,
  • Day 16: Christmas acrostic poem; with a Christmas Tree theme of course!
  • Day 17: Christmas bauble coloring,
  • Day 18: Christmas Tree tracing,
  • Day 19: Christmas Tree cut, color and pasting,
  • Day 20: Christmas Tree maze,
  • Day 21: Christmas paper puzzle,
  • Day 22: Christmas Tree coloring again,
  • Day 23: Final dot to dot, and
  • Day 24: Presents under the tree.

PLUS: the final 25th activity on Christmas Day to help get Santa to the tree!

1. Dot to dot

Coloring and Activities for Your Kids

Activities like this would be remiss without a dot-to-dot- so we have a simple one to start with. This is good writing practise for kids, particularly to help with pencil control. Aside from that, dot to dots are fun!

2. Christmas coloring and bauble mazes

Christmas Tree

This sheet has some rather dinky little Christmas baubles with some Christmas tree coloring included for a bit of extra fun. And don’t worry, we have got the solution included within the eBook for you.

3. Christmas word search as a Christmas Tree!

Christmas Tree Themed Coloring

This is adorable – a Christmas Tree wordsearch – in the shape of a Christmas Tree. We think that just about makes Christmas for us. Well, that *may* be an exaggeration, but it IS rather cute.

4. Christmas Tree Maze

Help to get our cheeky little elf to the top of our Christmas Tree in this Christmas maze… We are hoping that he isn’t planning on stealing it, what do you think? If you love Elves, we do have Elf activity sheets too, so do pop over and check these out….

5. How many? Christmas maths

This is an excellent counting activity for the kids to try. You are either get them to cut out the little characters for Christmas Maths fun or, just let them count them up and add the totals into the boxes on the sheet. Good for both number writing, recognition, and counting skills.

6. Christmas Tree coloring page

This is a lovely cosy Christmas coloring page; sit by the fire and color it in with the kids before Christmas Day, and if you want another Christmas Tree coloring page, do check out these too.

7. Christmas Tree counting skills

This is a lovely little Christmas maths worksheet for the kids, why not check it out. We think it is delightful!

8. Christmas color by numbers

You cannot have an activity book for Christmas without some color by numbers, and this Christmas coloring page is just that. Bet you cannot guess what we have for you? 🤣

9. Elf maze activity

Help the elf take his presents to the Christmas Tree in this maze activity. Which set of cables does the elf need to follow to the tree?

10. Christmas matching game

This is a lovely simple matching game for the kids. Print two copies of this sheet, cut out the squares, and then get your children to match up the trees. There are a few differences with each of them, so why not talk about those differences too?

11. Christmas tree maths: Missing numbers

Get the children practising their numbers, both recognition and sequencing with this simple Christmas maths worksheet; help follow the baubles to the tree, writing the numbers in as you go.

12. How to draw a Christmas Tree

We think our Christmas Tree is particularly cute – can you help draw another one on the blank sheet we have provided for you within the Christmas activity sheets pack?

13. Christmas tree notepaper

This is a writing exercise for the children – you can get them to do a few different activities, perhaps:

  • Write a letter to Santa explaining what they would like under the tree this year,
  • Write a story about a Christmas Tree, or finally
  • What would YOUR Christmas Tree see every night on Christmas Eve and tell you if it could talk?

Choose the scenario that is most suitable for your child. Hopefully these Christmas writing prompts will give your kids a little bit of pleasure, and you too this Christmas.

14. Decorate our Christmas Tree

Our tree is looking a little bit bare don’t you think? Why not add some decorations and an angel or star on the top? If you want another Christmas tree to decorate, we do have one on the site too to take a look at.

15. Christmas tree coloring page

This Christmas coloring page has some presents under a tree for your children to color in. What do you think they would like to be in them this year?

16. Christmas acrostic poem; with a Christmas Tree theme of course!

We have a Christmas acrostic poem for you today. These are a lot of fun – what can your kids come up with for CHRISTMAS TREE?

17. Christmas bauble coloring

Another idea for decorating a Christmas tree, this time to help children to learn their colors. Get them to color in this tree accordig to what is written on each bauble….

18. Christmas Tree tracing

We haven’t had any writing practise for a bit in this activity book, so here is a tracing activity for the kids to try out.

19. Christmas Tree cut, color and pasting

Cutting is a food tool for developing gross and fine motor skills; this activity helps the kids to cut and paste their own Christmas Tree together.

20. Christmas Tree maze

A Christmas Tree shaped maze for the children now….so much fun!

21. Christmas paper jigsaw puzzle

We think that these penguins have got a little bit lost – don’t you? This is a jigsaw puzzle, just cut out the picture and the squares within it for a 20-peice Christmas paper jigsaw puzzle.

22. Christmas Tree coloring again

This is our final Christmas coloring page for you today. We hoped you liked all of them. Don’t forget to check out all the free coloring pages we have on the site.

23. Christmas Dot to dot for one last time

A lovely Christmas scene for you to complete with this dot to dot.

24. Presents under the tree

This is a lovely little activity for the kids. What do they wish to see under their Christmas Tree this year? Perhaps they can draw one they want in the top frame, and one they wish to give in the bottom one?

25. Santa maze activity

Finally Santa is here! Or he will be when you have helped him get to the tree anyway!


We do hope that you love these ideas for the kids, both at home or in the classroom. There is plenty to keep them entertained while you have a cup ot tea, or mark a book *we think*. Why not share this on social media if you like it, the more visitors we get the KiddyCharts, the more we make for our partner charity. And please donate to help keep us offering free resources too.

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Christmas Printables on KiddyCharts

More fantastic Christmas printables for you all to download on KiddyCharts. Make Christmas a little more magical for the kids.

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Christmas Printables from the Web

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Take care and we do hope to see you again very, very soon.



Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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Paul Foster

Friday 11th of December 2020

fabulous,a great way to keep the grandkids entertained,and no electronics in sight thank you

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