Christmas Printables Round-up

There are a lot of good Christmas printables in the blogosphere and I thought I’d share a few that I have found.

24357730-Doll-Xmas copybabalisme has another set of adorable paper dolls, this time Christmas-themed.





The Toy Maker has some gorgeous free printable Christmas toys.



Meanwhile, Canon offers this oh-so-cute pop up Christmas card.





Confessions of a Homeschooler has a whole free Christmas-themed preschool pack image


Kids Printables has Christmas-themed thank you notes for kids to fill out. has this cute printable for kids to make Christmas tree centerpieces. Christmas Tree Centerpiece-1









Craft Leftovers offers this free Advent calendar (sorry I’m a bit late on this one, as the countdown already began)image


Non Dairy Diary also has a cute house-themed advent calendar, which uses four houses





imageGingerbread Snowflakes also has an advent calendar that doubles as a fun Christmas tree fridge magnet set. also has a print out to make your own winter wonderland to color. Winter Wonderland-3



Labels: Freebies, Homeschooling in the Mainstream, Printables, Social Studies, This and That, Toddlers, Wrapping Up Our Week
Posted by Maureen Sklaroff