Christmas Literacy and Handwriting Printables (Pre-k/Kindergarten)

December 4, 2019 0 Comments

With Christmas right around the corner, I’ve put together a festive, activity pack for my pre-k and kindergartener that focus on literacy and handwriting.

Furthermore, with silly elves peaking over the top of every page I’m hoping their daily practice of handwriting will be a little more exciting.

My kiddos really enjoy pencil and paper activities. For instance, they will pull out their favorite markers or colored pens and do their assignment as an art project as well. Either way, they are learning.

Right now, we are focusing on holding the pencil correctly, basic letter formation, and fluently in writing. Remembering that a little practice every day goes a long way…

 

 

Printable Christmas Literacy and Handwriting Activities

This pack has over 50 activity pages to pull out and use with my littles during the Christmas season. It covers everything from lowercase letters to sight words and word families.

As far as use, first, I am planning on using these worksheets during our morning, reading time. Secondly, a possible fun activity they can use their favorite markers or colored pencils with.

In other words, a print-n-go resource for any Christmas occasion. 😆

 

Christmas Literacy Download

 

If you want to print these Christmas Literacy and Handwriting Activities for your homeschool or classroom you can get the download HERE.

 

Content Includes

This is a 54 page download of no-prep, Christmas-themed activities.  They are designed to reinforce and teach literacy and handwriting concepts for pre-k through Kindergarten. The pack includes:

  • A-Z Uppercase/lowercase letters
  • letter sounds
  • Letter recognition
  • Beginning/ending sounds
  • Upper/Lowercase matching
  • Sight words
  • word families
  • Name writing
  • Days of the week words
  • Color words
  • Christmas words

 

 

 

 

 

Also, check out our Printable Winter Activities pack or this cute Christmas Counting Busy Book!

 

What Christmas activities are you doing with your kids?

 

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