Free Christmas Goodies!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Wanting some Christmas Music?
Head on over to Amazon for free

They offer a new free Christmas MP3 download each day!
So far their offerings include songs by The Indigo Girls and Chris Isaak.

You won't be sorry if you take a minute to download the Preschool Christmas Activities Pack from Confessions of a Homeschooler!  The download includes all the activities from Candy Cane counting, to cutting practice, to Pre-writing practice, to a lacing card and Do-A-Dot printouts!  Yep, one download, and you get it all.  She couldn't make it easier!!

Like the adorable vintage Christmas images in this post?
Head on over to Karen's Whimsy to choose your own.  There are lots to choose from, including color images that would be great to use for Christmas Cards or packaging labels, and black and white ones for the kiddies to color.  They are all Public Domain images, so you can use them any way you want.
(She has a large collection, so check out her non-holiday images, too!)

You'll find lots of free Holiday fonts at Da Font.

Find some great Printable Paper Dolls here (scroll down post for printable images), including this precious Christmas Bear.  Paper doll sets make great stocking stuffers.

Design Sponge gives you printable templates for several Christmas Craft projects, using simple white paper. My favorite is the dove ornament pictured above.
You can find the templates here.

3 Part Nomenclature Christmas Cards from Our Worldwide Classroom.

I found this really neat tutorial on making your own lacing cards with accessories out of Craft Foam at Twelve Crafts Till Christmas.  In a fabric pouch, these would make a great gift!

A beautiful Waldorf Window Star Tutorial from Garden Mama.
We hope to make a few of these for our windows this Christmas!

I love this idea for an Advent Calendar Bunting from Country Living.

Free Christmas Wreath Printable.  Each night, your child(ren) will glue another leaf to the wreath as a countdown to Christmas.

Free Letter to Santa Printable from Disney Family.

{Image from Living Locurto}

Christmas Word Jigsaw Puzzles from Activity Village.
Print, laminate, and cut out.  Store in plastic bags and have your child assemble one at a time.

Fabric (or paper, or felt) Stacking Tree Templates from The Small Object.
{Image from The Small Object}.
You could even add a star on the smallest one for a tree topper!

More to come later on!


tea with lucy said...

Thanks for these! I'm of to get some festive music now. xo

SimplyMontessori said...

Glad to hear it! Happy holidays!!


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