The kids will have a blast with these Christmas Placemats Printable activities! What better way to leave out treats for Santa and the reindeer than by using this fun holiday placemat printable and homemade Santa Tray craft?
Having fun printables for the holidays is a MUST. The kids are no doubt going to be thinking about everything Santa and presents and gifts, so it just makes sense to go with that theme and have this Santa placement printable ready and waiting!
Not only can they use these placements to put out the cookies, milk, and carrots for Santa and his crew, but the Christmas activity placemat also has fun games that they can do to get excited for Christmas morning as well!
Having these Christmas activity placemats printable activities ready and waiting will have them geared up and ready to hit the hay so that Santa will make his stop! Use in the classroom and let the your students take the coloring sheet home. Alternatively, have the Christmas coloring page at the Christmas Table for the guests. When complete, put it beside the Christmas tree with a sweet treat when everyone is done.
These free placemat printables are also great for letting everyone create and decorate them however they want! And if you can’t decide on one cookie to set out for Santa, just put a different cookie on the other placemat and give Santa some tasty options!
Fun Cookie Ideas for Santa
Just in case you need a few recipes for Santa, I’ve got you covered. All of these Christmas cookies ideas would be great for family baking time and sure to make Santa a happy and full camper, too!
- Sugar Cookies decorated with sprinkles
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Oreos of any flavor (Santa LOVES Oreos)
And those are just a few fun and simple cookie ideas! Don’t forget that Santa can also eat any cookies that you have in the house already too.
You can also welcome Santa and his reindeer with a slice of Jesus Birthday Cake. Even Santa loves a good reminder for the reason for the season!
Keep it simple and have the kids put their focus on decorating the placemats and having fun.
- Copy paper/Cardstock
- Pencils/Markers/Crayons (option but needed to color and decorate)
- free printable Christmas placemats
Don’t forget to get the ingredients for the cookies and to have carrots and milk on hand!
- Make sure that the printer is turned on and loaded with paper.
- Download your free placemat printable in PDF format.
- Print out the free Christmas placements and set them on the table.
- Let the kids have fun coloring and decorating them and getting geared up and ready for Santa!
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How to Print at Staples
Don’t have a printer? You can print at your local print shop or your Staples Printing Center. Watch this video for how I print my PDF documents at Staples.
Take this idea another step further. Pair it with your Elf on the Shelf Ideas and have Elf delivery these Christmas coloring sheets on Christmas Eve! This could be a fun last night Elf on the Shelf idea as you complete the Christmas holiday season.
The kids will have fun baking cookies (or cake) and gathering carrots or oats for reindeer food for this guests who are about to arrive. Place all your ingredients on your printable Santa board and lay on the table.
Christmas Santa Tray SVG Files
If you want to make your own homemade Cookie Tray for Santa, then grab this Santa Tray SVG File. This digital file comes in 7 formats including SVG, PDF, AI, DXF, JPG, PNG, EPS.
Use this Santa Cookie Tray digital templates with your computer or vinyl cutting machine including Cricut and Silhouette Makers. This santa plate can be used year after year, just store with your Christmas decor.
Need details how to use this item, read more about Cricut design space on Frugal Coupon Living.
Our Pinterest community and I would love to see how this worked out for you. Share your final placemat. Leave a comment here or on Pinterest!
Don’t forget to check out my Christmas Party Games Printable for even more family fun! These games are great for all ages! Pin to Pinterest.
Everyone in the family will have a blast with these Christmas Minute to Win It Games! These are perfect for having everyone get geared up for some holiday fun at home! Pin to Pinterest.
WHAT’S TRENDING? Looking for a few engaging activities? Grab Themed Minute to Win it Games – Traditional, New Year, Valentine’s Day, Easter & more! Use these fun activities in the office, classroom, or at your next party.
Last Updated on November 21, 2022 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living
The placemat and activity sheets are not in the printable library. :(
Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living says
Hi Cheryl, thanks for bringing this to my attention. They are in the Elf library but I will also update now to put them in the free Christmas printable library too! https://www.frugalcouponliving.com/elf-on-the-shelf-printables/