Real gingerbread houses can be super messy. As an alternative, have kids color in this one; they can even draw in extra candy decor.
Have the little ones help Santa get ready for that special night by giving his helpers a bit of color.
Keep your kids entertained by singing the classic tune Jingle Bells while they color in a set of their very own.
It's that time of year again! Kids can wish a special someone "Happy Holidays" with this cute coloring page.
When you're done decking out the tree, continue the fun by letting kids design this holiday bauble with the colors of their choice.
Let your kids decide who will help steer Santa's sleigh tonight while they doodle on this reindeer. Don't forget to give him a name!
Once you've hung the stockings above the fire, let kids scribble on this one. Have them draw in what they hope Santa will leave in their stocking for Christmas.
Not all stripes are the same—let your kids create their own colorful candy canes and then give their new signatures flavor a name.
Ask the kids to decorate these cookies for Saint Nick's special visit.
Kids can customize these simple ornaments with their favorite patterns and designs.
Encourage kids to deck out this tree by drawing in their own decorations.
No two snowflakes are alike so tell your kids to color each one a different shade!
Spread the holiday spirit with a bit of color.
Have your kids draw in Santa's workshop. Don?t forget the sleigh!
Ho! Ho! Ho! It's jolly old Saint Nick! Let kids color in his famous rosy cheeks.
No snow? No problem. Kids can still customize this friendly snowman.
This stocking is stuffed and ready for hanging; all your kid needs to add is the mantle!
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