Christmas Games for Kids: Color the Christmas Ornaments (Free Printable)

We love learning games for kids, especially when they’re combined with things children are currently interested in. Here’s a simple Christmas game and coloring page just in time for all the Christmas excitement- Color the Christmas Ornaments! It’s a great way for kids to practice colors, as well as counting and comparing numbers

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 Christmas Game for Kids: Color the Christmas Ornaments (FREE Printable)~ Buggy and Buddy

If your family celebrates Christmas, then your kids are probably just as excited as mine for Christmas to finally arrive. Why not build on all that excitement with a fun Christmas learning game! This free printable is a Christmas coloring page and learning game all in one! (This post contains affiliate links to Amazon.)

 

Color the Christmas Ornaments Learning Game

Materials Needed for Color the Christmas Ornaments Learning Game

Christmas Learning Activity: Color the Christmas Ornaments (Free Printable)

Directions

1. Go over the 6 different colors on your die with your child making sure he/she recognizes the colors and has corresponding crayons available.

2. Have your child roll the color die. After identifying the color, he/she colors in any ornament on the tree with the matching color. 

Learning Games for Kids: Color the Christmas Ornaments~ Buggy and Buddy

3. Have your child continue in this way until all ornaments have been colored.

4. Help your child answer the questions at the bottom of the free printable.

5. Your child can color in the rest of the coloring page when finished!

Christmas Game for Kids: Color the Ornaments (Free Printable)~ BuggyandBuddy.com

 

Differentiating the Learning Activity

  • In addition to the learning game described above, you could also have your child make a simple bar graph of the colored ornaments or count the ornaments using tally marks. If your child is not yet ready for the questions at the bottom of the free printable, simply cut them off. 
  • This Christmas activity would also make a fun center to use in the classroom or for a holiday party! 

 

Looking for gift ideas for Christmas? Check out all our gift guides for kids!

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Here’s even more Christmas inspiration for the kids:

 


Comments

  1. Holly Jones says:

    I’m so on this one, especially since Jason has a marathon week this week. Color a holiday tree, here we come. Thanks Chelsey!

  2. SO SO cute! We’ve shared this with our Facebook and Twitter followers today!

  3. This is adorable! I want to make one of those fuzzy dice just to have to roll around sometimes.

  4. What a clever idea! Love the dice you made!

    Thanks for linking up to TGIF! I hope you have a great weekend.

    Beth =)

  5. What a great idea for a game.

    I’ve featured it this week on the Sunday Showcase: Fun ways to learn at Christmas http://www.herecomethegirlsblog.com/2013/12/14/christmas-learning-activities.html

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