Download a FREE Printable Christmas Bucket List Coloring Page to color this holiday season! It’s full of fun activities that you can do yourself or with your family from now until Christmas. Print as many copies as you’d like for FREE!
I am excited to start doing some of our favorite Christmas traditions! Even though it’s not quite Thanksgiving, we are planning ahead to make sure that we can squeeze in some of our favorite activities safely while still having a great time! My kids love helping complete the printable Bucket Lists I’ve made, so I HAD to make one for Christmas!
Don’t miss the others currently on my site as FREE Downloads:
Just like the others, I made this Christmas Bucket List a COLORING page, which is perfect for kids and adults! You can color the activities as you complete them, or just use it as a fun sheet to color on a chilly day.
Most of our Christmas traditions that are perfect for spending time with your family away from crowds – including reading a Christmas story (we do one every night in December!), watching a Christmas movie, and making a gingerbread house.
What You Need for your Christmas Bucket List
Everyone asks which printer I use and I recently got this Canon craft printer that I love! It’s always sold out, so if you see it in stock, grab it!
You can use regular printer paper, or print the bucket list out on cover stock so it’s more durable. It’s sized to print out on a 8.5×11″ piece of paper.
Prismacolor colored pencils or markers are the best way to color in all of your fall crafts and things to do – I used these Flair Felt Tip pens. I use them for coloring pages and in my planner ALL of the time.
Christmas Bucket List Ideas
My kids helped me plan out all of the fun things we’re going to try and do this Christmas. Most are our yearly traditions that we all love, but we added a couple of new ones. Here’s everything that we included:
- Believe in Christmas Magic – time to watch The Polar Express!
- Write a Letter to Santa
- Visit a Christmas Tree Farm
- Drink Hot Chocolate
- Make Ornaments – one of my kids’ favorites! We use these Clear Blank Ornaments.
- Bake Cookies – Gingerbread cookies are our favorite!
- Hang your Stocking
- Go Ice Skating
- Wear an Ugly Sweater
- Build Frosty the Snowman (if you don’t have snow, be creative!)
- Make a Gingerbread House (how fun is this Play-doh Gingerbread House Kit?!)
- Watch a Christmas Movie
- Take Family Photos
- Trim the Tree
- Send Christmas Cards, like some of my favorites from Minted (it’s a great time to send cards to those that can’t visit family)
- Help Someone in Need
- Look at Christmas Lights
- Read a Christmas Story (here’s our favorite Christmas books – I’m adding them to this Amazon Shopping List!)
- Cut out Snowflakes (use your Cricut or plain old scissors!)
- Give a Gift
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