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Free Printable Christmas Bucket List for Kids

Free Printable Christmas Bucket List for Kids

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The Christmas Bucket List for kids is a fun way to celebrate the arrival of Christmas. There are outdoor activities, indoor activities, and much much more. This bucket list is like a Christmas countdown or Christmas advent calendar, but a free printable version.

The printable Christmas bucket list for kids is filled with Christmas bucket list ideas for families to enjoy. You don’t have to do all of them and they don’t have to all be done before Christmas, but even if you only do a few it’s still fun for the family.

I recently shared a list of fun Family Holiday Traditions and a lot of the items on the bucket list are also part of the holiday traditions I shared. Pick out your favorite and do them each year!

Many of the Christmas bucket list ideas are free or pretty cheap. We don’t want you breaking the bank right before the holidays and you shouldn’t have to spend loads of money to create fun memories, have fun, and celebrate Christmas. Free Christmas bucket list activities include writing a letter to Santa, donating toys, spreading kindness, reading Christmas books, and a few other things.

Printable Christmas Bucket List for Kids

The holidays are so much and so crazy. If you’re like me you can barely remember what day it is or where you left the tape, but this free printable holiday bucket list for kids can help make life a little easier. Just print out the free pdf Christmas bucket list, hang it on the fridge, and it’s easily accessible to get ideas from.

To make getting the holiday bucket list for kids done easier you can do multiple things at once like drinking hot cocoa while watching Christmas movies in Christmas pj’s.

Christmas Bucket List ideas for families

Hot Cocoa – Drink some hot cocoa together. You could even build a hot cocoa bar.

Make a Holiday playlist – Make a playlist in your music app with your favorite holiday songs. Listen to them while crafting, decorating, or dancing to them.

Game Night

Read Christmas Books – You can get books from your local library.

DIY wreath – Use items you find outside or around your house. Sometimes you can get free Christmas tree clippings from local Christmas tree lots or garden centers.

Christmas Craft

Decorate Windows – The dollar tree has great window decorations or make your own with paper at home.

Send a letter to Santa

Christmas Movies

Wear Holiday PJ’s

Random Act of Kindness – do something kind for someone. It’s free and will brighten someone’s day.

DIY Snow Globe – Use recycled items like this one from Tried and True Blog.

Decorate the Tree

Ride a Sled – If you don’t live someone near snow you can totally skip this or do something else fun like using cardboard to slide down a hill.

Visit Santa

Donate Toys

Go Ice Skating – If you don’t have ice skating you could also go roller skating.

Hang Stockings

Build a Snowman – If you don’t live where there is snow you can make your own snow with this fun DIY Snow.

Build a Gingerbread house

Family Portrait – Either take one together (even a selfie works) or draw one

Ugly Sweater Day – Use items you find around the house and decorate an old sweater.

Sing Christmas Carols

Bake Cookies for Santa

Open Gifts – Merry Christmas!

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