Christmas Coloring Pages is quickly approaching, so it’s time to start planning. Children will love Melanie Hope Greenberg’s original Christmas coloring pages. Melanie Hope Greenberg is a children’s book author and illustrator. However, these coloring sheets aren’t your normal happy Christmas coloring pages. In no way! Almost all of these free, printable illustrations are suitable for crafts or other activities. Win-win!
Carolers for a holiday. While humming a brief ditty or listening to a playlist of Christmas Coloring Pages carols, fill in this happy picture of carolers and the gift of holiday snacks. Both sides of the situation embody the cozy elements of the season. On one side is a stunning snowy scene with carolers spreading happiness and peace. On the other side is the cozy, welcoming kitchen where holiday preparations are being made.
Kangaroos for Kwanzaa. What’s the thing with Christmas and kangaroos? I realize some of you may be asking. You can make it into whatever you want! This amusing coloring page can be used as a card or a present.
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Sledding. Wheeee! Who wouldn’t want to sprint down the hillside? Build your own when the weather isn’t ideal for some outdoor sledding. The snowflakes can also be cut out individually and used as tree ornaments or stick puppets.
Skating Party is the coloring page that started it all. Greenberg’s opening entry on this website depicts a view from a winter paradise. Undoubtedly, youngsters are excited to be spending the day outside rather than in class at a desk!
Christmas Coloring Pages
Make a vacation village. It would be nice to create tabletop or treetop scenarios, including four of Aunt Lilly’s Laundromat’s hamlet establishments from the novel. Alternatively, please include them in your child’s model railroad layout! Color the businesses, cut out the template, then fold them into 3D buildings for some fantastic pretend to play. Don’t forget to read the book, too!
Create a tree coloring page. This coloring page features boxes of ornaments that kids can color, cut out, and use to make a tree. Make four gingerbread people finger puppets and a cute gingerbread house. This toy set is great for pretend play and may be added to the Christmas town shops.
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Interfaith ornament Do you have a multifaith home, or do you want to teach your kids to appreciate all religions? The peace dove, Hanukkah, and Christmas motifs on this ornament coloring page are perfect.
Statue of a dove. Yes, you could use this endearing illustration to construct a single ornament. The best thing to do is to color, cut out, and tie together numerous copies of this gorgeous coloring page of a double-dove ornament to create a garland!
Ornaments in the heavens Make your Christmas tree magical by adding stars and moons! The night sky theme can even help your kids eventually fall asleep on Christmas Eve. Dream big.