33 Christmas coloring pages for kids to enjoy this holiday season.
Little kids will have a great time with the simple coloring pages, and older kids will enjoy some of the more detailed designs.
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Coloring pages are for personal use only. Teachers may print multiple copies for classroom use.
Here are 9 Christmas stocking coloring pages that range from simple to intricate. You'll find something for kids of all ages in these activity sheets.
Want more? You'll find 17 Christmas stocking coloring pages here including more detailed designs for adults.
This cute stocking filled with candy canes and other sweet treats is simple enough to younger kids to enjoy.
All of the family members can have some creative fun with this blank Christmas stocking coloring sheet. The uncomplicated design is ideal for preschoolers to color. Older kids and adults can use this outline to create a stocking that features your own patterns and designs.
This next Christmas stocking coloring sheet has a more intricate design suited for older kids.
Here's a fairly easy Christmas stocking coloring page featuring a full page design that will keep the kids entertained at your next holiday party.
Another plain stocking coloring sheet.
Why not let the kids use this design to create their own decorations? They can color a few of these pages, cut out the stocking outline (with an adult's help if they are young) and hang their colored stockings up to decorate for the Christmas season.
This very simple design is perfect for the preschool set!
Have fun coloring this happy snowman!
One more stocking outline to color. You know what to do!
Santa Claus has left an adorable teddy bear in this cute Christmas stocking.
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Moderate: Prismacolor Colored Pencils
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Budget: Twistables Crayons
Budget: Crayola Markers
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Next, we have 4 free printable coloring pages featuring Christmas presents to get you in the holiday spirit.
You can find all 11 Christmas gift coloring pages here.
This plain Christmas gift coloring page is perfect for young kids. Older kids can have fun designing their own festive pattern on the gift box.
This Christmas present coloring sheet features a gift box with a fun evergreen tree pattern.
Enjoy coloring this easy Christmas gift picture with a fun, festive polka dot bow.
Three Christmas gifts are stacked and ready to color!
3 easy Christmas tree coloring pages will keep the kiddos entertained on Christmas Eve!
If you want more, you'll find all 10 printable Christmas tree coloring pages here including more intricate and full page designs for adults and older kids.
Check out this Christmas tree coloring page that's perfect for kids.
This blank Christmas tree coloring sheet is the perfect base for adding your own ornaments to the design. Cut out the colored tree and display your child's holiday art in your home!
One more fairly easy Christmas tree coloring page to download and print!
Here are 3 pages of Christmas lights to color. You can find 5 more Christmas lights coloring pages here.
This large, blank Christmas light coloring page is ideal for making your own decorations! Print up a few on regular printer paper or heavier card stock, add some festive color, cut them out, and hang them around your home or classroom to add some holiday cheer.
These smaller Christmas lights are also a great way to DIY some decorations!
Print a few of these pages on card stock. Add color (or paint, or glitter — whatever you like) and cut out each light. Then make a hole at the top of each light with a hole punch, and string the lights together with yarn or decorative twine to create a fun banner. Hang them around your home or classroom to add some holiday cheer.
Ta-da! Instant, free holiday bunting or Christmas tree garland!
Finally, here's a full page of Christmas lights to color!
Here are 9 pages of adorable Christmas ornaments to color. You can download all 18 Christmas ornament coloring pages here.
This blank ornament coloring page is ready for you to add your creative designs.
Here's a sweet children's coloring page with smiling snowman, adorable teddy, and cute penguin ornaments!
Let your kids color these ornaments and cut them out to decorate your home or classroom.
Tip: Use a hole punch the make a hole at the top of each ornament, and string the ornaments on some yarn to create a pretty DIY garland.
Our adorable teddy is back. This time he is joined by a smiling Santa Claus. These ornaments are also ideal to cut out for free home or classroom holiday decor.
This easy ornament coloring page is perfect for preschoolers!
Santa is back! This time he is featured on a full page ornament coloring sheet.
For those who like a retro vibe, here's a vintage bauble to color.
Preschoolers will love this smiling snowman. Print him up along with his partner, Santa Claus.
Here's one last simple ornament to color.
Here are 2 Christmas candle coloring sheets that are ideal for kids.
8 more free Christmas candle coloring pages are here.
Here's a simple Christmas candle with some holly leaves and berries to color.
Enjoy a very Merry Christmas with this festive, free printable.
3 easy coloring pages featuring star-shaped designs.
These ones are designed for kids. For more star themed coloring sheets, including more complex designs for adults, you can check out all 10 Christmas star coloring pages here.
Here's a Christmas star topped with a pretty bow to print and color.
8 stars for kids to color. Cut them out to create some fun DIY holiday wall art.
Do you need a tree topper for your Christmas tree? You can make your own free DIY tree topper with this fun printable.
Print out this page on heavy card stock. Decorate it with your favorite festive colors and designs. You can add some sequins or glitter if you want to be glitzy.
Next, cut out the star outline. Add something to secure the star to your tree. A couple of clothespins or some craft wire secured to the back of the star would do the job.
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