Our collection of free printable Christmas colouring pages for the Xmas Holidays are a festive treat for all children. The Christmas colouring pages are in printer-friendly Adobe PDF format and can be downloaded or printed at home, school, youth centres, etc. An hour or two of quiet Xmas colouring and scribbling is a great way for kids to relax and calm down amongst all of the Christmas excitement whether they like using paints, crayons or coloured pencils.
Don’t forget some glue and glitter to add some extra Santa magic to the free festive printables. We’ve tried to provide you with free Christmas colouring pages that cover all of the popular Holiday themes. So you’ll find a decorated Christmas Eve fireplace (complete with a letter for Santa), reindeer at the North Pole, a Christmas tree with plenty of scope for colour and imagination, Santa in his sleigh and more …
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Festive Fireplace Colouring Page
Twas the night before Christmas,
When all through the house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Not even a mouse.
Our image of a Christmas fireplace shows everything that we might associate with a cosy evening on Christmas Eve. Not just a roaring fire, decorations and hanging stockings but – most importantly – a letter to Santa and treats for him and his eight reindeer. We’ve left the picture above the fire empty for your own drawing.
Christmas Tree Colouring Page
“Oh Christmas tree,
Oh Christmas tree,
How lovely are your branches,
In beauty green you’ll always grow,
Through summer sun and winter snow.”
Print our free colouring page of a Christmas tree and get festive!
Robin Colouring Page
Robins disappear into the wilderness during the summer but return every winter to enjoy our hospitality and brighten up our gardens. Here in the UK the robin is a popular Christmas card image and its distinctive colours are always a welcome sight on our bird tables.
Search for robins on Google images to get his colours just right.
Child on a Sledge Colouring Page
This free printable colouring sheet shows a child having fun on a sledge. They’re whizzing down a snowy hill and there’s a snowman in the background too. Unfortunately here in the UK we rarely have snow in December (it often arrives in January and February) but maybe this year we’ll be lucky enough to have a white Christmas !
Santa Colouring Page
Santa Claus. Father Christmas. Saint Nicholas. Saint Nick. Or just good old ‘Santa’. Call him what you like he is the ultimate Xmas icon that gets everybody in the festive spirit. Our free colouring page of Santa in a sleigh flying over a town on Christmas Eve is great for excited kids to print off and colour in on December 24th.
Reindeer Colouring Page
These two reindeer have found footsteps in the snow which lead all the way to Santa’s house. There’s smoke coming out of the chimney so he must be at home.
They’re resting for their next big sleigh journey on Christmas Eve … but which reindeer are these we wonder? … Dancer and Prancer? Donner and Blitzen? Comet and Cupid? Rudolf and Vixen? You decide!
Xmas Food Colouring Page
When you think of Christmas you can’t help but think about food. Lots of food ! Our printable colouring sheet of a Christmas pudding and mince pies might make you feel a bit hungry …. and don’t forget to decorate the table with your own Xmas designs, patterns and ornaments.
Festive Decorations Colouring Page
Just the image of crackers and baubles makes everybody think about Christmas time and all the fun and happiness that it can bring. It’s always exciting for children when Xmas decorations start to appear inside and outside their houses and around the neighbourhood. It’s hard to imagine a Christmas tree without baubles !