Black and white gingerbread houses, a christmas gnome, and a christmas ornament for coloring with words FREE Printable Christmas Coloring Pages
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25 Awesome Christmas Coloring Pages

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Are you looking for some cute, fun and FREE Christmas coloring pages? You’ve come to the right place! You’ll find a variety of Christmas themed coloring pages such as gingerbread houses, Christmas Wreaths and ornaments just to name a few! Simply click on any image to download as a free pdf! Happy Coloring!

Black and white gingerbread houses, a christmas gnome, and a christmas ornament for coloring with words FREE Printable Christmas Coloring Pages
FREE Printable Christmas Coloring Pages PDF

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Reindeer Christmas Coloring Pages

Reindeer coloring pages are a fun and engaging way for children and adults alike to celebrate the holiday season. These pages feature various images of reindeer, including one with a Christmas Hat and one without. We also have one with a reindeer sitting down and another with a reindeer standing up with a scarf around its neck. Coloring these pages can help improve fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and concentration.

These would be fun to color while your listening to Christmas Music, after reading Rudolph or while you have Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer playing in the background! Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Gingerbread Man Coloring Pages

Gingerbread was originally created in Europe during the Middle Ages and was often shaped into festive shapes and designs, including gingerbread men. These gingerbread figures were often used as decorations during the Christmas season, and over time, they became a popular treat as well.

Children and adults alike enjoy making and decorating gingerbread men with frosting, sprinkles, and other decorations. The process of making and decorating gingerbread men has become a beloved holiday tradition for many families. If you are looking for a good gingerbread cookie recipe I usually use the one from Love and Lemons.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Christmas Stockings Coloring Pages

The modern Christmas stocking tradition is said to have originated in Europe during the 16th century. According to legend, a poor widower and his three daughters lived in a small village. The father was worried that he would not be able to provide a dowry for his daughters, making it difficult for them to marry.

Saint Nicholas heard of their plight and decided to help. He visited the house at night and dropped gold coins down the chimney, which landed in the stockings that were hanging by the fireplace to dry. The daughters woke up to find the coins and were overjoyed. From then on, the tradition of hanging stockings by the fireplace on Christmas Eve became popular.

Over time, the tradition of Christmas stockings has evolved. Today, people hang stockings made of different materials and sizes, and they are often filled with small toys, candy, and other treats. In some families, stockings are personalized with the names of each family member. The tradition of hanging stockings on Christmas Eve remains a beloved holiday tradition in many parts of the world.

We have a couple of options for our Christmas Stockings Coloring Pages. The first is a simple stocking with a Christmas tree on it for coloring. The second is a little bit more detailed with lines at the top and curves on the bottom. It also features two Christmas trees and some stars for coloring. The third Christmas stocking coloring page is of four stockings hanging on a branch allowing the child to create their own patterns and colors for each stocking.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Christmas Presents Coloring Pages

The Christian tradition of giving Christmas presents is said to have originated with the Three Wise Men who brought gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh to the baby Jesus. This gift-giving tradition was later adopted by Christians around the world and became a central part of the Christmas celebration. The book The Story of the Three Wise Kings is a great option for reading to your children about the true meaning of Christmas.

In the 1800s, the popularity of Christmas presents grew with the rise of the industrial revolution and the availability of mass-produced goods. The tradition of giving gifts to children also became more widespread during this time, with parents and grandparents giving toys, books, and other small items to their children and grandchildren.

Today, the tradition of giving Christmas presents remains an important part of the holiday season. People exchange gifts with family and friends, and many also give to those in need through charitable donations and volunteering. The act of giving and receiving gifts is seen as a way to show love, gratitude, and appreciation during this special time of year.

We have three options for Christmas present coloring pages. The first is a simple, single box with a bow. The second is also a single box with a bow, but has more character to it to make it feel more real. The third is a selection of three presents of various sizes and shapes for coloring.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Christmas Tree, Ornament Wreath and Bell Coloring Pages

These are some of the things that remind us of the Christmas season: Christmas Trees, decorating the tree with Christmas ornaments, hanging the Christmas wreath on the front door, and hanging Christmas bells while decorating the house for the festive Christmas season. These coloring pages are great additions to your homeschooling day, or for your toddler to color each day of the advent season.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Christmas Fireplace Coloring Pages

To be completely honest, one of my favorite parts of the Christmas season is when I get to turn on my fireplace and drink a nice homemade mug of hot cocoa. These Christmas fireplace coloring pages are fun for me to color with my 3 year old as we sing Christmas music.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Gingerbread House Coloring Pages

The history of gingerbread houses dates back to medieval Europe. Gingerbread was a popular treat at fairs and festivals. Bakers began to shape the dough into various shapes and designs, including houses. The first recorded instance of a gingerbread house being made was in the early 16th century in Germany. They were often decorated with gold leaf and other edible decorations.

The tradition of making gingerbread houses became more widespread in the 1800s, with the publication of the fairy tale, “Hansel and Gretel,” by the Brothers Grimm. The story features a gingerbread house that is home to a witch who tries to eat the two main characters. The story became popular throughout Europe and North America, and gingerbread houses began to be made as a Christmas tradition.

In the United States, the tradition of making gingerbread houses became especially popular during the 20th century. This is widely due to the publication of cookbooks and magazines featuring gingerbread house designs and recipes. Today, gingerbread houses are a beloved holiday tradition around the world. They are often made with gingerbread dough, icing, and candy decorations, and can be simple or elaborate in design. Gingerbread house competitions and displays have also become popular, with many cities hosting annual gingerbread house contests and exhibitions.

We have five gingerbread house coloring page options ranging from simple to intricate along with my favorite of the gingerbread man building his own gingerbread house! I’d love to see your colorings! Share on instagram and tag @HomeschoolFreebiesandGiveaways

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

Christmas Gnome Coloring Page

Okay, this one I’m adding in because it’s too cute and fun to color! I am not a believer in gnomes, but because they have become a popular home decor trend, I have added it as a fun coloring page.

A Christmas gnome, also known as a tomte or nisse, is a mythical creature from Scandinavian folklore. These gnomes are typically depicted as small, bearded men wearing pointed hats and colorful clothing. They are said to be mischievous but benevolent creatures who protect homes and farms from harm and bring good luck to those who treat them kindly.

During the Christmas season, Christmas gnomes are often associated with gift-giving and are believed to bring presents to children. They are also sometimes depicted as helpers of Santa Claus or as guardians of the Christmas tree. Gnomes are a popular decoration during the holiday season, with many people displaying figurines or ornaments of these mythical creatures in their homes.

In recent years, Christmas gnomes have become a popular trend in home decor, with many retailers offering a variety of gnome-themed items such as pillows, blankets, and figurines. The popularity of Christmas gnomes is likely due to their whimsical and festive appearance, as well as their connection to Scandinavian culture and folklore.

Simply Click on any of the pictures below to download your favorite Christmas Coloring Page and follow the prompts on your computer to print.

These are just a few fun coloring pages that you can use during the Christmas season! I’d love for you to follow us on Pinterest and Instagram to see the latest things happening here at Homeschool Freebies and Giveaways!

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