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Christmas word search printable for fun with your kids

It is THAT time of year when we are all looking for fun things to do with the kids, that require a little less work for us. There is nothing that says a bit of me time that giving a Christmas word search printable to the kids, to give you a bit of space to chill out in. We have three Christmas-themed worksheets for you to download for the kids in class, or just for something to do with them at home.

We’ve got a different theme for each sheet; with Santa, a Snowman, and then the Christmas tree being the main focus for the sheets, depending on what background you have on the sheet.

What is included in the free Christmas word search printable?

We like to give you a sneak peak – so here you go. These are the first two sheets that we have for you:

Our first printable has a Santa theme to it, so there are 9 words to locate, all relevant to the big red fella:

  1. Tree,
  2. Reindeer,
  3. Elves,
  4. Dasher,
  5. Santa,
  6. Candy,
  7. Snow,
  8. Jolly, and
  9. Merry.

The words in this, and in all of the word searches, are to be find going up, down, left and right, but not backwards of diagonally. We didn’t want to make these too hard for the little ones that might want to have a little Christmas fun.

The second printable has a few more snowy words included within it. There are still a few Santa references, but we also include the snowman that you might have fun building around Christmas time. There are ten words to locate within this worksheet including:

  1. Chimney,
  2. Sled,
  3. Christmas,
  4. Cookies,
  5. North,
  6. Milk,
  7. Noel,
  8. Lights,
  9. Snowman, and
  10. Frosty.

Our final sheet has a Christmas Tree theme – and you can see this one below:

The words included within this sheet include some of those that are more relevant to the decorations that we al love to put up at this time of year, alongside the usual Christmas fun. Check out and look for:

  1. Stocking,
  2. Winter,
  3. Jingle,
  4. Sleigh,
  5. December,
  6. Joy,
  7. Scrooge,
  8. Wreath,
  9. Carol,
  10. Star,
  11. Manger, and
  12. Peace.

This is the hardest of the three word searches as it has 12 words for the children to locate, and some of the longer ones too, including December, Scrooge and Stocking.

If you want to download these Christmas word search printable sheets then you just need to click on the button below, and it’ll take you to the PDF for all three of them.

We do hope that you enjoy doing them with the kids, or the cup of tea that giving them to your children let’s you have! 🤣

We do have LOADS of free printables for you on KiddyCharts, so why not check them out as well? You can, of course, take a look at ALL the Christmas content on the site in our seasonal section too. We’ve got some lovely ideas, including recipes, traditions, and activities.

Christmas Printables on KiddyCharts

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

We don’t hold the monopoly on awesome Christmas content of course, so do take a look at some of the other great printables that are out there for the season on other sites.

Christmas Printables from the Web

Some more ideas for Christmas Printable fun from the internet. Why not nip off my site and check them out? But DO come back afterwards!

We hope you like these Christmas goodies – why not check out the shop for some more Christmas fun; we’ve got loads of ideas there too. Some are free as part of our premium site membership – which is also free of course!

Others cost a little, but remember 51%+ of our profits go to charity!

We’ve got LOADS of fun stuff for the kids, and if you buy our subscription, it’s free forever too!

Thanks for visiting us today, and do come back again soon, won’t you?


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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