This big list of Christmas coloring pages are perfect when you are scurrying around trying to find a quick activity for little ones! All of them are holiday themed, no purchase necessary, and can be printed right at home!
Enjoy our list of the Best Christmas Coloring Pages
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Grab 7 different coloring pages from this one resource! They are also color by number, which can help smaller children learn while having fun.
This coloring page is a wreath shape that has all kinds of holiday themed doodles to color in. It’s so cute and can help with learning precision and staying in the lines, since some of the outlines are smaller.
These are color by number as well, and while she does offer a Christmas coloring sheet there are a ton of others to choose from. Definitely save this one to use for other holidays as well.
Choose from 4 different Christmas trees to color! One is even a dot coloring sheet so they can use markers to customize their tree. The dot activity is perfect for toddlers who can’t quite stay in the lines or need a little more entertainment.
Who doesn’t love gnomes? These are super cute and there are several winter and holiday sheets to choose from. Most of the scenes are of the outdoors with gnomes, including one next to his igloo!
From gingerbread men to ornaments, and hot cocoa to candy canes kids will have their choice on what to color! These printables are very simple so they are best for smaller kids and toddlers.
I love the creativity that was put into these coloring sheets! They aren’t color by number, but color by shape instead. Again, another great learning opportunity while having fun. You can use these with kids who aren’t quite ready for number recognition but still want to join in the fun.
Here are more cute and fun color by number sheets. These are great for at home or in a classroom setting. There’s presents, Santa, a wreath, candy canes, and more to choose from! Don’t forget to pack a few of these if you are traveling during the holidays to keep kids entertained on the ride.
These are perfect keepsakes that friends and family will love! Save money on buying cards and let the little ones personalize their own!
If you are a dog family, these are great! You can find a pup in each of the printables next to Santa or the Christmas tree!
Whether your family participates in Elf on the Shelf or not, kids will love these! Pair the coloring session with the movie for a fun filled afternoon.
Let the kids make their own gift tags for presents by coloring these in. All of them are really cute and festive. Attach to the gifts with tape or hole punch the top and add ribbon.
What a great way to encourage reading over Christmas break! Once they are finished coloring, laminate it so it lasts longer and can be used over and over again. Perfect for school and Christmas party activities.
Grab all 6 of these free Santa pages in one place. He’s skiing, riding a train, and even riding one of the reindeer without the sleigh!
I love the idea this creator had! If you want to take coloring to the next level, print these on cardstock then use watercolors to paint!
Not only will kids enjoy coloring the reindeer, there are several other fun activities. These include word search and finding out what their name would be if they were on Santa’s team.
There are TONS of different designs to choose from! Most of these are fairly simple and are great for smaller kids.
These ornaments are filled with different shapes that are waiting to be colored in! They are going to be so pretty once they are finished !
This set of printables are adorable and have an animated look. You can choose from 8 different holiday designs, or print them all!
Here’s another set of practice sheets that combine number learning with coloring! Designs include a snowman, a boy placing a star on the tree, a gingerbread man, and more!
I love this coloring sheet! It’s almost like a collage of winter themed designs with a mix of handwritten cursive letters. Even adults might enjoy this one!
What makes these special is that there is a dotted line below the design where smaller children can practice their writing skills.
These are very cute, but simple. You can even jazz up the globe by adding a little sparkle of glitter to look like real snow on the inside.
Choose from 3 different reindeer sheets. These are not only great for Christmas but if you are studying a winter unit as well.
Here are a variety of ornament designs that are dying for some color! There are even blank ones where kids can personalize their own.
While I mentioned there were 26 printable coloring sheets to choose from, there are actually so many more! Most of the resources have more than one download, so save this post for later to come and grab what you need.