If you need a quick and easy Christmas activity for kids, this works for one or two children or a whole classroom of students as a center! We worked on fine motor skills and math as we created and continued our holiday stamping patterns.
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I cut horizontal strips of paper to create our Christmas stamping sheets. I began the patterns with the stamps and invited our daughter to identify and continue the pattern. We used a set of stamps from the dollar store but these foam Christmas stamps look similar.
Older children can create the stamp patterns for younger kids to complete. You could also ask a parent volunteer to make a bunch of these up for a classroom center. Once completed we plan to make our stamp sheets into paper chains to hang and decorate for Christmas!
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Christmas Tree Counting Fine Motor Activity // Sugar Aunts
Fine Motor and Color Sorting Christmas Trees // Teach Me Mommy
Christmas I Spy Bottle // The Pleasantest Thing
Christmas Tree Counting Number Cards // Modern Preschool
Christmas Playdough Kit // Study At Home Mama
Reusable Pom Pom Christmas Tree Busy Bag // Powerful Mothering
Free Printable Christmas Games // Life Over Cs
Free Gingerbread CVC Game // The Kindergarten Connection
DIY Christmas Tic Tac Toe // Adventures of Adam
Free Christmas Number Clip Cards // Fairy Poppins
Free Christmas Themed Prewriting Practice Cards // Stay At Home Educator
Felt Christmas Tree Number Match Up // Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Christmas Stocking Matching Activity // Play & Learn Everyday
Free Printable Holiday Word Clouds // Lalymom
Christmas Addition to 15 // Liz's Early Learning Spot
Free Christmas Counting Cards // Playdough to Plato
Christmas Stamp Patterns // Still Playing School
Christmas Tree Decorating Felt Busy Bag // Coffee Cups and Crayons
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