Christmas Tree Coloring Pages

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Children (and adults) of all ages who enjoy coloring will love these six free Christmas Tree coloring pages. You can download them immediately and start the coloring fun.

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I’ve always enjoyed coloring and coloring with my children was one of our favorite activities. These Christmas Tree coloring pages will keep the kids happy and occupied year after year.

Christmas Tree Coloring Pages

There are many occassions when these coloring pages are the perfect answer:

  • When children are restless because they have to wait.
  • As a family activity.
  • During a family or work Christmas party when you need activities to keep the kids occupied.
  • During inclement weather days in December.
  • At a children’s Christmas party.
  • As part of a school party or free activity time.
  • To help develop children’s fine motor skills.
  • To turn off the electronics and do something creative.
  • When you need a not-messy or need-adult-supervision activity.

I like having a stash of distract-the-kids activities to have during the busy and sometimes stressful holiday season. The excitement of the Christmas season can be overwhelming for both children and adults at times.

Having your go-to supply of activities can be a lifesaver. You’ll find a list of seven of my favorite go-to Christmas activities, my free 6-page Christmas Tree coloring page printable and five additional Christmas coloring page resources.

As the mother of three, a parent educator and professional organizer, I understand that Christmas with children can be both challenging and joyful.

You may find these resources I created helpful:

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Free Christmas Tree Coloring Page Printable

This printable contains six pages of different styles of Christmas trees. Some are simple designs and some are more detailed.

You can use the simple designs to stimulate creativity by adding ornaments, lights and other embellishments.

Christmas Tree Coloring Pages
6 free printable coloring sheets
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When coloring with your child, remember, there’s no wrong way to color. Encourage creativity and the joy of coloring. Perfectionism is not the goal. Enjoying the activity, developing fine motor skills and expressing artistic creativity is.

How to Print the Christmas Tree Coloring Pages

  • Get the 6-page free Christmas Tree Coloring Pages pdf when you sign up for our free newsletter.
  • You’ll promptly receive an email containing the coloring pages pdf.
    • Open the pdf and immediately print it or
    • Download the document to your computer and then print it.
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  • Print all or individual coloring pages on your printer.
  • You can print on regular computer paper or choose to use heavier paper for a better coloring experience, especially for younger children.
    • 20 lb paper, 24 lb paper and up to 28 lb paper is best for coloring
    • Choose heavier paper for younger children, those who color with heavier pressure or sharper coloring instruments.
  • You can use these coloring pages as many times as you’d like for your personal or classroom use.

More Christmas Coloring Pages

More Printable Christmas Activities

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Check out all my Simple Christmas Ideas to find activities, crafts, recipes and organizing tips.

Be sure to pin this Christmas Tree coloring pages resources so you can find it every Christmas season when you need it.

See all my most festive Christmas ideas, printables and recipes in the table below. You can scroll though the table and look for ideas or search for specific ideas with the magnifying glass in the upper right-hand corner (on desktop). Click on the topic and then click through the specific article.

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