These Christmas Dot Coloring Pages are a fun way to combine coloring and the holidays. The kids will love these interactive printables.
If you have bingo dabbers and dot markers then your little one can color these Christmas dot coloring pages. I love December as we’re heading into the holidays, we’re spending a lot of time reading Christmas books and baking yummy treats.
We’re veering off of our regular homeschool schedule to make ornaments and Christmas crafts, it’s been a blast and a nice break from our routine. We’ll be taking the last two weeks of December off while I get some planning done. I’m looking forward to the break.
I find it important to really embrace the learning of the seasons and holiday during this time of year. It’s the end of the year and the kids are looking for something fun while I’m still wanting it to be educational, too. This is why we compromise and always end up having a blast with these fun printables.
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Christmas Dot Coloring Pages
These Christmas Dot Coloring Pages are really, really cute. I love that they’re so bright and colorful and full of holiday fun. The kids always talk about which one they like the most, and while I’m partial to all of them, the penguin does hold a special place in my heart.
As you can see, you’ll get several printable coloring pages that you can print out for the kids. You can use a bingo dabber to fill in the circles or just use crayons or colored pencils as well.
There really isn’t any specific way to complete these coloring pages but make certain to let the kids to the work. They can choose the colors that they want and talk about their choices as well as they’re working through the sheets.
Recommended Christmas Books for Kids
Bring the spirit of Christmas into your home with any of these amazing books. We love spending the month of December reading holiday books.
One of our biggest family activities that we love to do together is sit down and read a good book. I’m obsessed with all the great holiday books that there are to choose from and these are just a few of our favorites. The best part about these Christmas books is that you can mix and match them or add in a few of your own, too.
We have a bookshelf full of our favorite holiday reads and the kids love being able to run to the shelf and grab a book anytime that the want. They typically bring it back for me to read with them and that’s one of my favorite parts of the day.
The Littlest Reindeer (Littlest Series)Polar Express 30th anniversary editionDasher: How a Brave Little Doe Changed Christmas ForeverHow to Catch an ElfChristmas FarmThe Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey
Recommended Christmas Activity Kits
Bring Christmas into the schoolroom and make it a part of every day in December.
Kids will enjoy decorating Christmas trees with this Christmas Tree Decorating Craft. A great way to practice hand and eye coordination, too.
Another fun idea that you can do with these coloring pages is that you can print them and laminate them for later. This way, the kids can use the bingo markers to fill in the circles, then wipe them clean to use them over and over again.
We also do this for when we’re traveling as well and it’s a great way to keep activities in the car that are easy for the kids to do. That way, when they’re in the backseat, they’ll be focusing and it will help the time pass a lot more quickly.
Download the Christmas dot coloring pages below
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