I don't know about you, but I just love Christmas!
As it's looking rather likely that most of our Christmas activities are going to be cancelled, I wanted to create a few things for everyone to be able to print and enjoy at home.
What is there?
A positive reflection letter to Santa - it's not been a great year, let's be honest, and even though we as parents see all the negativity and the struggle, you can bet your kids won't feel it the same (if at all!)
I was a little worried to try this out with my son as I wasn't sure what positive things he could recall, but he had no problem coming up with answers, we actually ran out of space - wonderful!
Christmas Colouring pages - It wouldn't be a Chase the Rainbow Resource without a colouring page! Featuring Santa, Reindeer, Christmas Tree and Presents designed to be simple enough to minimize colouring fatigue for the little ones.
Christmas Treasure Hunt - By popular request after the sucess of the Halloween Treasure Hunt (you can find that here) Print as many tokens as you need, hide them around the house (and outdoors if you can brave the weather!) for a fun treasure hunt! Combine with chocolate coins, other goodies, or simply an eye-spy style hunt for a great at-home activity. The tally sheet will help you keep track of how many there are to find and how many have been found as you play.
TIP: If you have access to a laminator, these are perfect for laminating for multiple uses.
Here you'll find the PDF files to download and print.
Please remember these are only free for personal use, this includes schools, nurserys and other childminding settings.
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