Where to Find Free Christmas Coloring Sheets
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Where to Find Free Christmas Coloring Sheets

Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2014 at 7:00 am
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crayons December is one of the busiest months of the entire year. There are parties to attend, presents to shop for (and wrap) and a lot of decorating to do. Despite this flurry of activity, it is possible for your preschooler or kindergartner to be “bored”. Here is where to find some free Christmas coloring sheets that will occupy his time.

Free Christmas Coloring Sheets

Coloring sheets are great for many reasons. One, they let even the smallest kids create some art. Two, they give your child a fun way to practice small motor skills. Three, they help channel off some of the Christmas excitement that kids don’t often know what to do with. In a pinch, they could double as a Christmas card to a grandparent.

Crayola.com has a total of 48 different Christmas related coloring pages. Some are bingo game sheets, others are party invites. The biggest group consists of secular Christmas images and religious Christmas images. Here are a few to start with.

* Christmas Santa is a large image of Santa’s head. Above him it says “Ho! Ho! Ho!” and underneath him it says “Merry Christmas”.

* Christmas Stockings is a drawing of two stuffed stockings that are hanging on the fireplace. There is a clock and poinsettias in the background.

* Christmas Gifts Under the Tree is a drawing of a decorated Christmas tree with three wrapped presents beneath it.

* Nativity Manger shows a nativity scene with Mary and Joseph looking into a manger while a cow, donkey, sheep and geese look on.

* Three Kings shows a drawing of the three wise men who are carrying gifts. One is pointing at a bright star in the sky.

* Christmas Shepherds is a drawing of four Shepherds, and some sheep. It is drawn in a slightly different style than the previous two coloring pages.

Disney has a Christmas coloring page that features Mickey and Minnie. They are drawn in the style that the characters were in when animation was in black and white. You child can add color!

NickJr. Has packs of Christmas coloring sheets that feature characters from their shows. Choose from:
* Lalloopsy

* Peppa Pig

* Dora

There are more! Each one includes a set of free, printable, Christmas coloring sheets that, when put together, tell a simplified story.

* Cartoon Jr. has six different Christmas coloring sheets that are based on the animated feature “A Charlie Brown Christmas”. These free to print coloring sheets would be great for kids to entertain themselves with after they have watched the movie.

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