These reindeer printables are simple yet creative Christmas activities for holiday fun.
With 5 different reindeer activities to enjoy, you'll have a blast with this printable set.
Get incredible ideas for easily boosting the fun with these free printables and make sure to grab your pack today!
Boost Your Holiday Fun with Reindeer Printables
Christmas is my favorite holiday and I love to find new ways to get excited about it with my boys.
Over the years, we've had so much fun with our Christmas homeschool activities. As I was looking over those printables, I realized that we didn't have any with reindeer themes.
Well, I had to do something about that! We watch Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer every year and have such a great time chatting about all of Santa's reindeers. Reindeers are fascinating creatures to learn about and study. I decided to add some simple reindeer printables to our holiday fun collection.
Learn More About These Free Reindeer Activities
The printable reindeer activities in this set include:
- My Pet Reindeer - activity for creative writing and drawing fun
- My reindeer's name
- Favorite food
- Favorite place
- Some facts about my reindeer
- My reindeer's personality traits
- A picture of my reindeer
- What is Your Reindeer Name? - fun activity for determining your reindeer name using the first letter of your name and birthday month
- Santa's Reindeer Word Search - find and circle (or highlight)
- Name the Parts of the Reindeer - cut-and-paste activity
- Reindeer coloring page - with reindeer and reindeer names to color and customize
Creative Ways to Use These Free Christmas Printables
Oh my stars! You can have tons of holiday fun with these reindeer activities.
I suggest printing extra copies, especially the "My Pet Reindeer" and coloring page.
Gather your writing and coloring tools so you'll be all set for Christmas fun. My boys and I like to have:
- Christmas pencils
- Christmas-themed erasers
- Erasable pens
- Color pencils
- Fine-tip markers
- Highlighter (optional but fun way to complete reindeer word search!)
- Scissors and glue stick (for cut-and-paste activity)
Take some time to go through this printable set. Pick out your favorite one to work on first or just randomly select.
Oh, and don't forget to make reindeer food! My mom introduced my boys to this fun tradition years ago and we still enjoy it 🎄
More Fun Ways to Learn About Reindeers
Enjoy some books and videos about reindeers (both Santa's helpers and real life).
I'm a Reindeer (Little Golden Book)The Grumpy Reindeer: A Winter Story About Friendship and Kindness (First Seasonal Stories)Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) (Little Golden Book)How to Catch a ReindeerReindeer Food: A Christmas Eve Family TraditionEight Jolly ReindeerLast Stop on the Reindeer ExpressThe Wild Christmas ReindeerRuby Reindeer and the Magic Antlers: A story about curiosity, courage and the power of being true to yourself.Reindeer (A Day in the Life: Polar Animals)The Reindeer Wish (A Wish Book)Reindeer: On the Move! (Penguin Young Readers, Level 4)
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Ho ho ho! You're on your way to having some special Christmas fun with kids!
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What other reindeer activities would you add to these ideas? Please let me know in the comments area at the bottom of this post.
Wishing you tons of Christmas (and reindeer) fun with your family!