Christmas Candy Crafts and FREE Printables

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If you would ask my kids what their favorite part of the Christmas season is, they would most likely say all the wonderful sweet treats!
Christmas Candy Crafts and FREE Printables
Christmas is full of many sweet delights! I have fond memories of spending Christmas break in my Grandma’s kitchen cooking up candied popcorn, homemade caramels and fudge. Even though we spend a lot of fun time in the kitchen during the holidays, I still like to keep my little ones active with learning during our holiday break.

If your little ones love Christmas candy and treats, they will have a lot of fun with these free printables and crafts!
Legend of the Candy Cane Coloring Page from Jenni Mullinix
Candy Cane Mini Book Emergent Reader from TPT
Gingerbread and Gumdrops Math Grid Game from Stir the Wonder
Candy Cane Tally Mark Math Game from J Daniel 4’s Mom
Free Candy Cane and Gingerbread Coloring Page Mats from The Crafty Classroom

Candy Cane Printable Pack based on The Legend of the Candy Cane from Proverbial Homemaker
Printable Candy Cane Sight Word Cards from Better Than Homework
Practice Dolch sight words with these fun printable Candy Cane Sight Word cards for pre-k through 3rd grade. Print and play, learn and have fun!
Candy Canes Teaching Unit from A Teaching Mommy
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Candy Crafts and Activities:
Grow a Candy Cane Activity and Free Printable from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Grow a Candy Cane Christmas Activity for Kids with Free Printable
Giant Paper Plate Lollipops from Smart School House – these are just adorable!
Giant paper plate lollipops for Christmas - ADORABLE! Super cute as a garden Christmas decoration or line your driveway with them! They cost less than a dollar each to make!
Candy Cane Toddler Craft from Easy Christmas Desserts
Candy Cane Counting Activity with Beads from Mom Inspired Life
Christmas candy cane counting activity and fine motor practice. A fun Christmas activity for preschoolers!
Candy Cane Sensory Shaving Cream Play from Learn Play Imagine
Christmas sensory play for kids that looks just like a candy cane without the sticky mess!

Written by Sarah


Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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