Can you believe there are only 3 days until Christmas? Yowsers! I’m excited, but I still have several things I need to do before I’m completely ready for December 25th. To help you with your own last minute hustle, I’ve rounded up a few freebies for you to print from home that will help you with the final items on your to-do list, as well as some activities to keep your kids entertained.
Need some gift tags? Download this lovely set from Gather & Feast. It contains 12 different designs that’ll give your prezzies a charming, handmade touch. Simply print on cardstock, cut out, then use a hole punch and string to attach to a gift. No hole puncher? No problem! Use some festive washi tape to stick the tag on a bag or box. Click here to download.
Heading to Christmas party this weekend or need a last minute gift for someone? Check out these delightful printable wine labels from Fresh Family Meals. Put these labels on your favorite bottled beverage such as wine, Italian soda, or sparkling juice.
Designed by Giulia of Le Petit Rabbit this Christmas Eve placemat features spaces to put cookies and milk for Santa and a carrot for the reindeer. The placemat is in Italian, so you and the kids can have fun learning a few words in another language!
Cindy of Your Kids OT designed this fun Christmas activity sheet that is full of various activities including a word search, shapes to color, a drawing prompt, and more! To get this festive freebie, click here, then subscribe to claim the printable worksheet.
An activity that will keep young kids busy during the holiday break are the sensory play printables from You Clever Monkey. The activity pack contains four different pages for kids of varying skill levels. For a simple activity, preschoolers can place buttons or bits of playdough on the trees with large dots. To exercise their fine motor skills, they can place perler beads on the tree with small dots.
Elementary age children will have a blast playing with this Christmas joke teller from Bren Did. After printing the page, simply fold the paper just like you would fold a fortune teller. Never made one before? Bren shows you how to assemble it here. If your kids love this joke teller, then check out the snowman joke teller and the random acts of kindness teller.
What are you doing these last few days before Christmas? Let us know in the comments below!