Christmas Printables of 12 Days of Christmas
This Christmas printable is a fun way to get kids learning about patterns
Happy hump day, mamas!
We are doing the finishing touches in the kitchen, wrapping presents, and sipping on hot chocolate. Are you a holiday decorator? We love doing the tree (although this year we decided to do this instead) but we also like sprinkling holiday cheer throughout the house, especially the kitchen and living room.
The kids are enjoying time doing Christmas printables, playing with magnatiles, and watching The Holiday by the Trolls over and over again. We don’t really let the kids watch TV, in fact, we don’t even have one in the living room, but we’re trying to get all the Christmas stuff out of boxes in the garage and make sure everything is in line in time for the big family Christmas get together.
Also, we’re also just about wrapping up the 12 Days of Christmas Printables here, on the blog.
Today’s free Christmas printable can be found here. It’s a great activity that emphasizes pattern recognition and helps kids practice fine motor skills. I go into a more detailed post here about what it’s so important for kids to learn about and recognize patterns. It’s actually a life skill!
Hope you guys are getting in gear for the holidaze!
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