If you are looking for some fun ideas to get your child writing more during the month of December? You will love these free printable Christmas Writing Prompts for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. There are over 30 pages of December writing prompts, letters to Santa templates, and more with both smaller and wider ruled lines!
Christmas Writing Prompts
Sneak in some Creative writing prompts to keep your elementary age kids writing the whole holiday season with these Christmas Writing Prompts. These Christmas writing prompts for kids contain a black & white illustration your child can color as well as a writing prompt and a ruled lines for kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 children to write. From writing a letter to Santa,
Take a peak at all our FREE creative writing prompts for elementary age kids!
Christmas writing prompts for kids
December Writing Prompts
In the black and white pages are included 2 versions of ruled lines for each prompt. This means there are:
- Wider ruled lines to make them Christmas writing prompts for kindergarten
- Smaller ruled lines for older students who have improved their penmanship and handwriting skills.
These kindergarten Christmas writing prompts are in blackline to save you on printer ink costs – just print the ones that work best for your child.
Writing Prompts for December
Included in this pack of over 30 pages of writing prompts for December are lots of ideas to keep kids engaged and practicing spelling, forming sentences, punctuation, expressing themselves, and more! Here is just some of what you will find in this freebie:
- The most special thing about December is….
- What is your favorite family holiday tradition.
- Dear Santa letter
- Letter to Santa clause template 2
- Which is your favorite holiday ornament? Why?
- What is your favorite Christmas cookie? Why?
- If you were picking, how would you decorate your house for Christmas. Be specific.
- My favorite Christmas present I ever got was ________ because . . .
- What gift can you give that doesn’t cost anything?
- December 21st is the first day of winter. What are you most looking forward to doing this winter?
- Write a story – “The Best Christmas Ever”
- Write a story about a day it rained candy.
- Write a story about a gingerbread man that came to life.
- The best part of last year was . . . .
- Next year I am hoping to . . . .
Looking for ideas for fun Christmas learning with free Christmas printables? Check out these fun resources:
- Fun Christmas Playdough Mats
- Alphabet Ornaments to trace and erase
- Gingerbread Pirates Christmas Worksheets
- HUGE Pack of Christmas Worksheets for Preschool
- Christmas Science Experiments
- Stringing Lights Christmas Math Activities learning Patterns with playdough
- Free Christmas Tracing Sheets
- Find the Letter Free Christmas Worksheets
- Gingerbread Man Rhyme Puzzles
- Christmas Scavenger Hunt Online Free
- Cute Christmas Sight Word Worksheets
- Free Christmas Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture Worksheets
- Christmas Dot to Dot
- Christmas Alphabet Game
Christmas Activities for Kids
Looking for more fun Christmas printables, Christmas Crafts, and Christmas activities to fill your holiday calendar? Check out these fun ideas!
- Free Christmas Bingo Printable
- Printable Christmas Pictionary
- This Puffy Gingerbread Paint smells AMAZING!
- FUN Rudolph Race Game for kids with balloons
- Christmas Crafts for Kids book with over 100 Christmas Activities, Crafts, and Recipes for families to enjoy together during the month of December.
- Easy-to-Make Puffy Snow Paint
- Printable Hat Preschool Christmas Crafts
- Precious Snowman Handprint Ornament
- Beautiful Melted Crayon Ornaments
- Printable Christmas Names Cards with jokes
- How to Make Salt Dough Christmas Ornaments
- Simple Paper Strip Christmas Tree Ornament
- Epic Grinch Themed Party
- Puffy Gingerbread Ornament Recipe
- See all of our Christmas for kids crafts, activities, recipes, and printables here!
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