December Homeschool Printables That Are Absolutely Free

The holidays are filled with magic and wonder! This December, I can’t wait to share how we add a little holiday magic to our homeschool. I’ve got the perfect no-prep printables for your family to use all month long. 

These custom homeschool printables for December make it easy to keep kids engaged and excited about learning even during the holidays. They’re perfect for adding holiday fun to your regular homeschool lessons this month. 

Whether you’re homeschooling right through the holidays or looking for ways to add a little learning fun to your holiday break, you’ll definitely want to sign up for these free printables. I’ll deliver them right to your inbox every month for free when you sign up. Then, all you have to do is add them to your homeschool plans whenever you want!

Homeschooling Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive

With all the resources and options, homeschooling can get expensive. If you’re looking for ways to save money this holiday season while still having fun and making memories with your family, these free homeschool printables are a great place to begin.

Making our own printables has made it easy to create unique resources for interest-led learning. Since this is the season of giving, I’m excited to give back to our favorite homeschooling community by sharing these totally free homeschool printables with you.

In addition to these free homeschool printables for December, you’ll definitely want to check out How We Homeschool Through the Holidays. Then, discover some of our favorite holiday homeschool resources including Books, Games, Movies, and More for Christmas.

We love sharing our favorite materials and activities. That’s why we’re making these custom homeschool printables totally FREE every month. You can take advantage of our December printables and resources by signing up to have them emailed directly to your inbox every month. 

Free Homeschooling Printables for December

There are so many ways to have a good time homeschooling through the holidays with your family. You can keep learning together all the way through the holidays! Use these absolutely free homeschooling printables for December to get started:

Cut and Paste Christmas Crafts

Cut-and-paste crafts are a fun and easy way to practice fine motor skills with your preschool and early elementary homeschoolers this December. Discover all the adorable holiday themed crafts in this cute printable Christmas craft bundle with your homeschoolers. They’ll love making their own elves, Santa, snowmen, gingerbread men, and more! 

Hot Chocolate Pretend Play Pack

Dramatic play centers aren’t just great for the preschool classroom, they’re also a lot of fun for homeschoolers. My pretend play packs give kids a chance for real-world practice with important early learning concepts. Plus, this hot chocolate pretend play activity is an easy way to encourage your preschoolers to use their imagination this December.

Christmas Color by Number Pages

Color-by-number pages are fun for any age. In this Christmas bundle of color-by-number printables, your kids can color holiday images like a Christmas tree, a snowman, a gingerbread man, presents, and Santa. It’s an easy way to practice concentration, fine motor skills, and number identification with your kids this month.

Printable Christmas Activity Bundle

Are you looking for fun and easy activities your kids can do during the holidays? This bundle is perfect if you’re planning a holiday road trip or trying to occupy kids indoors during bad weather. It’s filled with fun holiday word games, custom coloring pages, and more.

Christmas Charades & Pictionary

We love playing games together over the holidays. Charades and Pictionary are some of our favorite holiday games to play with our family. I’ve created these printable games for you to share with your family this December. 

Printable Holiday Bookmarks

Reading books together over the holidays is one of our favorite traditions. Is there anything better than snuggling up together on the couch with your kids and a great book? Your homeschoolers will have fun creating their very own holiday-themed bookmarks to mark your place this month. 

Christmas Countdown Calendar

Waiting is hard and waiting for Christmas is filled with anticipation! Have fun learning about time, calendars, and counting with your homeschoolers this December using my Christmas Countdown Calendar. I’ve included a version filled with cute holiday images for your kids to color and a blank version you can use to fill in with activity ideas, acts of kindness, or holiday jokes for even more fun.

Christmas Dot-to-Dot Pages

Do your kids love dot-to-dot activities? This Christmas, get in on the fun with these free Christmas dot-to-dot pages filled with holiday images and all kinds of counting practice too. You’ll get reindeer, penguins, elves, and more in this December printable freebie.

Free Reindeer Unit Study

If you’re looking for a fun holiday unit study that’s interest-led and absolutely free, check out this Reindeer Mini Unit Study. It’s filled with opportunities for your homeschoolers to learn all about reindeer with hands-on activities, read-alouds, and tons of fun resources too.

Then, don’t miss my favorite interest-led holiday unit studies: Santa’s Tasty Trip Around the World all about Christmas traditions and Holidays Around the World filled with festive celebrations for the whole year! These unit studies are filled with lessons on geography, history, science, art, and more. 

The holidays are filled with magic and wonder! This December, I can’t wait to share how we add a little holiday magic to our homeschool. I’ve got the perfect no-prep printables for your family to use all month long. 

More Holiday Homeschooling Fun for December

For even more holiday fun in your homeschool, check out some of our holiday homeschool projects. These activities include real-world practice, Christmas fun, and lots of interest-led learning too. Discover how to teach your kids about budgeting and math concepts with Project Based Homeschool Math for Christmas

Then, get started on those Christmas cards with Christmas Writing in Your Homeschool. It’s a fun way to encourage reluctant writers this month. Plus, they can practice penmanship and letter writing. Finally, you can use my Christmas Themed Morning Basket to get the whole family in on learning and having fun this holiday season.

Which free printable December homeschool activity pages are you most excited to incorporate into your lessons this month? Share your favorite holiday homeschool activities and resources in the comments. I can’t wait to read about which free December homeschool printables your kids have the most fun with this year!

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  1. I love your freebies. I’m looking forward to starting some of your Who Was units in the new year. I’ve purchased about 6!

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