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Set of four free printable Santa coloring pages for kids. They are a heap of fun and will keep the kids entertained for the holiday season.
There are four designs to choose from which also include Santa’s friendly reindeer friends at the North pole.
They will help get the kids into the holiday spirit in no time at all.
One of the most exciting times of the year is putting up the Christmas tree. One of the most dreaded times of the year is putting up the Christmas tree!
No, you havn’t read that wrong. One of the things I love the most is also one of the things that I dread the most.
Before kids, putting up the Christmas tree was fun, relaxing and completed with a glass of wine in hand and nibbles on the side.
Now it’s a task completed with two very excited but inpatient children. It’s combined with trying to juggle getting the decorations sorted, trying to avoid breakages whilst keeping them occupied long enough that they don’t get bored. Yes the Christmas spirit is still very much alive and well, it’s just a little more stressful than it used to be.
To make matters worse, we have a real tree every year. This therefore involves going out and buying the tree. Then we have to set it up in the house, and clear up the mess before we can even think about decorating it.
I have contemplated purchasing a fake tree for the last few years, but once the tree is up, I do really love the smell of it. It’s at that point that I seem to forget all about the drama before hand.
One of the things that I have learnt however is that I need to occupy the kids whilst the tree is being put into position in the house. If I don’t they are under the feet whilst trying to balance a 6 foot heavy tree into the tree stand.
Oh yes, it’s all fun and games!
The Perfect Way To Keep The Kids Entertained at Christmas
The perfect Christmas activity certainly doesn’t need to be extravagant.
If however you are looking for an activity that will keep the kids occupied whilst you have a job to do (like putting up the Christmas tree), then the activity needs to be enticing enough that the kids will stay out of the way long enough to get the tree sorted ready for them to decorate.
Once the tree is in place and the lights are on, the kids can decorate to their hearts content. Getting to that stage however is ultimately what causes the stress.
These free coloring pages could be just the thing that you are looking for to keep up the holiday cheer!
The Best FREE Santa Coloring Pages
This year I have an almost 3 year old and a 7 year old. I created these Santa coloring pages as one of my “go to activities”.
My 7 year old is at the point where she wants to complete the perfect masterpiece.
My 3 year old is at the point that he wants to do what his sister is doing, but obviously has a lower attention span and can’t complete the task as well. Hence I created four different sheets so that he could work his way through them and keep him entertained.
So my gift to you this Christmas is that you can do the same with this set of free printable coloring pages, which are great for kids of all ages.
Of course you don’t need to use them when the tree is put up, but if you have an event that the kids need to be entertained for a while, then these Santa coloring pages can be your “go to”.
My daughter actually spied these Santa coloring pages as soon as they came off the printer. She immediately pleaded with me to color one in. I could hardly say no could I.
She sat for ages perfecting her masterpiece and already chose which one she was going to do next. It’s a good thing that there are still three designs to go!
Free Santa Coloring Pages
To access the Santa coloring pages, you simply need to visit the free printable library. From there, scroll down to the Christmas section and click “download”.
The PDF will open up in a new tab for you.
There are 4 designs to choose from. Simply print your favorite or print all 4. The choice is yours.
The fun designs will keep the young artists happy.
There is Santa surrounded by presents. Or perhaps they would prefer Santa’s sack in the back of his sleigh (with a teddy bear, candy cane and presents bursting out the top).
Or perhaps they would prefer the jolly man to be surrounded by cookies made by Mrs Claus at the North pole.
Whatever their preference, the kids will find their favorite Santa coloring pages to complete.
So do you have an event coming up this Christmas season that you are dreading keeping the kids entertained for?
Perhaps you would just like to print them off for a mom’s group get together.
These Santa coloring sheets could also be the perfect fun activity to pull put on Christmas eve. Perhaps the kids could complete them and leave them out for Santa with his cookies and milk.
Whatever the purpose you use them for, I hope you and the kids enjoy these Christmas coloring pages as much as I have enjoyed creating them for you.
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