Christmas Craftivity: Santa Craft, Snowman Craft and Reindeer Craft Art Projects

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Complete the Christmas characters using the templates and any craft materials that you already have in the classroom. The ideal low-prep Christmas art project.


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Santa Craftivity

Can you think of ways of making Santa Claus' beard and the fluffy ball at the top of his hat? The example above uses cotton balls. Other ideas could be: a mix of shaving foam and white glue, newspaper, or shredded paper.

Reindeer Craftivitiy

How can you make antlers for the reindeer? Try thin sticks, craft sticks, brown pipe cleaners, or just drawing them. If you choose to make a Rudolph craft what could you use to make Rudolph's red nose? In the example above the nose is made with a lid wrapped in red play-dough. Some ideas could be: red glitter, a big red button or jar lid.

Snowman Craftivity

How to build a Snowman? (or Snow-woman). For the buttons try pom-pons, finger prints, pennies or actual buttons (haha!). For the scarf and the line on the hat you could use: play-dough, pipe, cleaners, ribbons or scrap fabric. The Snowman's nose in the example is a craft stick.


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Print the Christmas templates for Santa, Rudolph and Snow-person. Either have a few craft supplies ready for the children to use or let them go beyond using their creativity and thinking of ways to complete each character's picture. In the Reindeer craft example above I used coffee for the brown fur, because why not!

More ways to do these Christmas art projects:

Go natural: Go outside and find resources in nature that you can use for this activity. Sticks for the reindeer’s antlers? YES!

Go green: Use only recycled trash to craft your Christmas characters. I reckon Mr. Snowman would fancy a really nice scarf made out of candy wrappers

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  • Display the student's projects as decorations for winter bulletin board

Why is this resource useful?

Beyond helping your Christmas season art project planning, here are more reasons why this resource will bring you good value:

  • Ideas of Christmas activities that can be also a Christmas craft gift to make for parents. Just Cut and paste in a sheet of double letter size paper and use this crafts as the cover of a beautiful DIY Christmas card.
  • Use the Santa Claus Craftivity as a complement to a Santa-related story book like Goodnight Santa, Santa's Big Night, and Santa's Underwear.
  • Use the Snowman Craft project as a complement to a Snowmen related story book such as: The Snowman and The Snowdog, The Biggest Snowman Ever, and The Sneezy Snowman.
  • Use the Christmas Reindeer project as a complement to a Rudolph or other Reindeer related story book such as: Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, The Wild Christmas Reindeer, and Eight Jolly Reindeer.
  • Use as one of your Christmas writing activities so the students can write a letter to Santa Claus on a beautiful design with Santa's face!
  • Christmasy holiday craft that works well as a simple early finishers activity.
  • Good for planning preschool activities winter season.
  • Great for a quick low-prep Christmas project that doesn't require much material or time to get done.
  • Writing Christmas as Holiday cards to work on writing skills.
  • Add to your bank of Christmas resources for low-prep time-fillers.
  • A Christmas craft kindergarten, preschool and Prek students can use to practice fine motor skills activities.
  • Paper crafts for the art center that can be made with simple materials.
  • Good addition to your collection of winter holiday activities.
  • One of the winter crafts kindergarten can do before going on Holiday.
  • Toddler activities that work well in multi-generational classrooms since the crafts can be as simple or complicated as each student wants.
  • Christmas reindeer craft, santa claus crafts and snowman activities can be included in the planning for holiday preschool activities and winter holiday activities.


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The download includes a .ZIP file with PDFs in high resolution (USA Letter size) with the following:

  • 1 incomplete illustration of Santa Claus
  • 1 incomplete illustration of Rudolph (or any other reindeer, really!)
  • 1 incomplete illustration of a Snowman (or Snow-woman)
  • Instructions and photos of finished examples

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