DIY Christmas Elf on the Shelf Idea for Kids: An Easy Craft with Shapes

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Inside: Idea for a kindergarten Christmas-themed craft project that uses geometric shapes as the main parts of a DIY Elf on the Shelf.

I’ve seen elves on the shelf perform well as temporary behavioural centinels for pre-school children at the beginning of December. Phrases like “Remember the Elf is watching if you are good!” are often heard around these fellas.

The truth is they are a lot of fun to see hanging around the room and the children love making them.

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How is this Elf on the Shelf project good for my educational-crafts-only classroom?

This Christmas activity for young children aims to encourage the use of mathematical language (geometric shapes) amongst the children, as well as providing an opportunity for a good fine motor skills workout with all that zig-zag folding going on.

This idea can be used to introduce the concept of geometric shapes to toddlers during this time of the year.

For the Early Years curriculum in the UK, it covers the area of expressive arts and design as each child will personalize their elf in their own unique way.

If you make the Elves in groups, you can use them as Christmas decorations for a kindergarten classroom. “Look Ma’, that’s my Elf!”

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Materials:

  • You can either draw the Elf’s face in a circle or download my printable template (link at the bottom of this page).
  • Construction paper, scissors and any type of glue (or even tape!).
  • Cardboard rolls (I cut kitchen rolls in half)
  • Random craft materials for personalization.

Craft supplies needed to make an Elf on the shelf for preschool at Christmas

Step by Step Tutorial: How to Make an Easy Elf on the Shelve

1. Colour Elf’s head as you want.

2. Cut out one green triangle for Elf’s hat, and one green square or rectangle for the body. It doesn’t matter how big or small, that is up to you. Elf trusts you.

 

Elf face template for making elfs on the shelf at christmas time with the kids

3. Cut out four strips of red paper about as thick as your finger and as long as you want them to be. They are the legs and arms of Elf.

 

Free Printable Numbers 1-10 with Animal Designs

 

4. Fold Elf’s arms and legs in a zig-zag fashion until they look like little accordeons and then let go. It feels so nice to let go.

5. Glue one end of those zig-zaggy arms and legs to Elf’s body, and then glue the body to the cardboard roll. Make sure Elf’s square is at the same level of the edge of the cardboard roll. So Elf can sit. Thanks.

6. Personalise Elf’s looks however you please. Then place her/him on a shelf.

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I’d love to see how everybody’s Elves turn out.

If you make this craft please consider sending me a photo of your Elves in a private message on Facebook or Instagram. Thank you!

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Idea Twist:

As the founders of the blogs Hello, Wonderful and Non-Toy Gifts suggested, you can make this craft using the children’s photos and turn the kids into Christmas elves!

Need more ideas for Christmas in Preschool?

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DIY Cut-and-Paste Christmas Card

Elf on the shelf PDF template:

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TpT users: This printable is also available trough my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

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10 Easy Dia de los Muertos Crafts for Preschool Kids

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Inside: Ideas for arts and craft projects and classroom decorations that preschool children can make to celebrate Mexican Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos.

As a Mexican preschool teacher working in the UK, I find it very important to share my culture with our children because they are developing in a global society and we can all benefit from more exposure to different cultures and traditions than the ones we experience at home.

This will not only bring creativity to their ideas as they grow up but also can help to develop a sense of diverse community and tolerance that is much needed in our modern world.

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10 Easy Day of The Dead Crafts for Kids

I’ve put together this list of simple craft projects that young children can make to celebrate Mexican Día de Muertos this November (or end of October, if you want to pair it up with Halloween celebrations).

I hope you and your kids enjoy them!

1. Paper Plate Day of The Dead Sugar Skulls

Catrina Paper Plate skulls to make with kids for Day of the Dead #dayofthedead #paperplate #craft #halloweenCatrina Paper Plate skulls to make with kids for Day of the Dead #dayofthedead #paperplate #craft #halloween

These adorable Día de Muertos Skulls come with a free printable template of the eyes for the sugar skull that you can easily cut and paste into a paper plate to then decorate with your favourite craft materials.

Find the printable and step by step tutorial by yours truly here in Box of Ideas.

2. Sugar Skull Black Glue Art Project

Sugar skull black glue art project by i Heart Crafty Things

If you haven’t used black glue with your children, what better time to do it than around Halloween or Day of the Dead celebrations? You can either buy it on Amazon or make your own following the tutorial over I Heart Crafty Things.

3. Neon Day of the Dead Mask

Neon Day of The Dead Mask By Arty Crafty Kids

These skulls use neon pens to get that “glowy” effect that I bet your craftiest kids will go nuts for. If you run out of ideas for a halloween costume you can always let the kids do your make-up with these pens. Cyber-Punk Preschool Teacher Costume? Anybody? …ok.

Check out the tutorial for this mask over Arty Crafty Kids.

4. Sugar Skulls Rocks Using Puffy Paint

Sugar Skulls Rocks Using Puffy Paint by Color Made Me Happy

 

These calorie-free sugar skulls look great indoors and outdoors. The fact that you decorate them using puffy paint makes them a complete sensory experience that continues after the paint is dry. Don’t you also get tiny bits of joy when you feel dry puffy paint with your fingers? Ooooh yeah.

See the tutorial over Color Made Happy.

 

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Stamped Ladybirds for Bugs and Nature Simple Stamping Art activity for Preschool Kids using Apples. #preschool #crafts #apples #stamped
Bugs and Nature Stamp Art

5. Paper Day of the Dead Luminaires

Make these luminaires to light up your ofrendas of Día de Muertos. They are so simple to make that you can quickly make enough luminaires for every ancester your children have had all the way back to the Flinstones Age.

Get the template over Red Ted Art.

6. Day of the Dead Paper Puppet

 

 

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🌺💀 Frida opened her eyes. The face she saw was not that of the woman she had seen every morning since she placed that mirror above her bed so many years ago. Instead she saw a pale skeleton staring back at her. -“Wait a second…” She thought -“AM I…PLAIN?”. She wasn’t having it. She jumped out of the mattres and felt a bunch of cempasuchil flower’s petals under her foot. It was probably Diego who scattered them there. Frida hopped with her only leg along the petals path and she arrived to her beloved art studio. The artist fiercely grabbed a paintbrush and started to work her magic on her new skeletal body. A moon later, Kahlo hopped back to her bed, looked at her reflection and said: -“Much better”. . 🌺💀 Paper Frida Kahlo made by teacher @rodrigomacias using the printable puppet template by @RedTedArt

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The best thing about this paper puppet is that each child can put it together as crazy as they want. The template includes print-ready accesories such as hair flowers and a sombrero to make unique calaveras.

Day of the Dead Paper Puppet Template by Red Ted Art

In the picture above you can see the skull puppet I made which is supposed to look like one of my favourite Mexican artists who happens to be dead. Can you guess who it is?

Grab the printable over Red Ted Art.

7. DIY Day of the Dead Bookmarks

DIY Day of the Dead Bookmarks by Red Ted Art

A good way to encourage children to read more is to let them make their own bookmars. Even if the book they are reading doesn’t belong to their household, seeing their own bookmarks in the books can give the kids a sense of ownership to keep reading.

Follow the tutorial to make these Day of the dead themed bookmarks over Red Ted Art.

8. Sugar Skull Craft – Painted Flower Pots

Sugar Skulls Painted Flower Pots by Color Made Happy

Day of the Dead-ify a bunch of tiny flower pots to decorate your Día de Muertos shrine. If you don’t want to use plants because children give you enough beings to keep alive, you can also put a small veladora or tea light.

See the step-by-step instructions at Color Made Happy.

9. Day of the Dead: Stone Skulls

Day of the Dead: Stone Skulls by Red Ted Art

If your kids can’t find smooth rocks lying around, you can get a bag from Amazon. Wait a minute… are there any preschool teachers with enough extra budget to buy ROCKS?

Check out the tutorial on Red Ted Art.

10. Glow in the Dark Pumpkins

Glow in the Dark Pumpkins by Color Made Happy

If you have a bilingual classroom, why not make a multicultural craft that involves Halloween AND Dia de Muertos in the same project? These skull-looking pumpkins are a great way to marry both holidays in the same craft.

See the step-by-step instructions at Color Made Happy.

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Dog & Cat Valentine’s Jar Printable

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Show love to your family’s animal companion with this Valentine’s jar full of yummy treats!

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How to DIY the jars:

This craft was designed for Red Ted Art’s series “31 Days of Love”. Visit Red Ted Art to see the step-by-step tutorial on how to make this animal gift.

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Dog and Cat Valentine's Treat Jar #valentines #dog #cat #treats #jar

Printable Preview:

Dog and Cat versions of eyes, ears, tail and paws holding “I Woof You” and “I Meow You” signs respectively.

Dog and Cat treat Jar Valentine's printable #valentines

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2. Click on “I want this!” (either leave the price as $0 to download for free, or support this project with a donation from your kind heart. Much appreciated!).

3. Enter your e-mail and get your files in your preferred language(s).

 

 

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Complete the Xmas Characters: Santa, Reindeer and Snowman (Christmas Craft Activity for Kids)

Snowman Craft using different materials to complete the picture #christmas #craft #kids

 

A winter arts and craft activity where kids have to use different materials to complete the pictures of three famous characters: Santa Claus, Rudolph, and a Snowman!
Free printable included (link at the bottom of the post).

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Craft using different materials to complete the pictures of three popular Christmas characters: Santa Claus, Rudolph, and a Snowman! #christmas #craft #kids
Complete the Christmas characters

(Video) Incomplete Xmas Characters

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DIY Christmas Elf on the shelf for Preschool kids.

How to play:

Print the incomplete drawings of the Christmas characters (link to free printable included at the bottom of this post) and gather different materials to craft the rest of the pictures.

Can you find something that resembles Santa’s fluffy beard?

Santa Claus Craft using different materials to complete the picture #christmas #craft #kids #santaclaus

Rudolph needs some antlers and a big red nose to guide the way for the other reindeer!

Raindeer Craft using different materials to complete the picture #christmas #craft #kids #raindeer

That snowman (or snow-woman) is getting cold! Do you mind making a nice warm scarf for him/her to wear? (and a nose, mouth and couple of buttons would be nice too, thank you!)

Snowman Craft using different materials to complete the picture #christmas #craft #kids

Printable Preview:

Incomplete illustrations of these characters: Santa Claus, Rudolph, and a Snow-person

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More ways to play:

Go natural: Go outside and find resources in nature that you can use for this activity. Sticks for the reindeer’s antlers? YES!

Go green: Use only recycled trash to craft your Christmas characters. I reckon Mr. Snowman would fancy a really nice scarf made out of candy wrappers 🙂

 

* This activity was inspired by the guest activity “Complete the Animals” done in collaboration with the fantastic blog The Best Ideas for Kids – Check it out!

 

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Instructions to Download:

1. Click above on the “Download Printable” button.

2. Click on “I want this!” (either leave the price as $0 to download for free, or support this project with a donation from your kind heart. Much appreciated!).

3. Enter your e-mail and get your files in your preferred language(s).

 

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Day of the Dead Skulls! (Easy Halloween Alternative Craft for Kids Using Paper Plates)

Paper Plate Mexican skulls to make with kids for Day of the Dead at school #dayofthedead #paperplate #craft #halloween
Inside: A simple skeleton craft preschool kids can make for a Day of the Dead celebration.

“Día de Los Muertos” (Day of the Dead in Spanish) is such a colorful celebration that is gaining momentum around the world outside of Mexico! Why not make a few skulls with your kids?

These Catrinas – type craft look great decorating walls or Day of the Dead offering tables.

You might want to check these 10 Easy Dia de los Muertos Crafts for Preschool.

#dayofthedead diademuertos #diadelosmuertos #mexicandayofthedead #mexicancrafts #sugarskulls Day of the Dead Activities for Kids

(VIDEO) Paper Plate Calaveras for Day of the Dead:

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Instructions:

1. Download the Free Printable from the link at the bottom of this page.

2. Cut out and paste the skull’s eyes and nose hole to a paper plate.

3. Chop the paper plate’s “cheeks”.

4. Decorate your skull however you want! Felt tips are great for quick results but also look great with other materials such as paint or even playdough 🙂

 

Printable Preview:

PDF with a template of 3 skulls’ eyes and nose hole.

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Multilingual Alphabet Poster for bilingual kids with illustrations of things that start with the same letter in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. By kids activities designer Rodrigo Macias
Alphabet for Bilingual Children

 

Finished Examples:

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Pictures of the paper plate skulls from last Dia de Muertos:

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Instructions to Download:

1. Click above on the “Download Printable” button.

2. Click on “I want this!” (either leave the price as $0 to download for free, or support this project with a donation from your kind heart. Much appreciated!).

3. Enter your e-mail and get your files in your preferred language(s).

 

You might want to check these 10 Easy Dia de los Muertos Crafts for Preschool.

#dayofthedead diademuertos #diadelosmuertos #mexicandayofthedead #mexicancrafts #sugarskulls Day of the Dead Activities for Kids

 

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Modern DIY Father’s Day Card Idea that Suits All Kinds of Dads (even single moms)

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Because not all Dads look the same.

I’ve seen many ideas for Father’s Day cards that are based on the traditional father figure, but in my opinion, these kinds of old school fathers are not what all kids are seeing in their homes today.

I thought it could be nice for those kids to give them the option to make a gift that resembles more the father figure that they see every day in their lives. Whatever that is (or isn’t).

I was raised by both my Mom and my Dad, so I can’t imagine how awkward it is for, let’s say, kids of single Moms that never see their Dad, to be encouraged at school to make a card that says “I love you Daddy” and features some kind of “cartoony mustache” or a men’s shirt with a tie.

This idea was designed to suit all kinds of different father figures that exist nowadays. No matter how diverse!

Let’s celebrate an inclusive Father’s day! 🙂

 

(Video) Modern Father’s Day Card

Here’s a super-speed video of only a couple of examples of the many different combinations that could be done with this idea:

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How to Make the Card:

1. Download the Free Printable from the link at the bottom of this page (it comes in English and Spanish)

The PDF has “adult and baby” illustrations of these animals: Seahorse, Lion, Bird, Cat, Turtle, Snake, Fish and Sheep.

2. Let the kids choose and cut out one Adult animal that for them feels more like their father figure, then let them choose and cut out two copies of the Kid animal that they feel could represent themselves.

* IMPORTANT * It doesn’t necessarily have to be the same kind of animal for the adult and the kid in the card. Adoptive parents and Dads that acquired parenthood by love and commitment are also legitimate father figures, even if they don’t physically look like their children.

3. Fold a sheet of paper in half and in the outside paste one copy of the baby animal. Then paste the adult animal and the other baby animal in the inside part of the card.

4. Add your own message or use the one included in the printable (available in Spanish and English).

Printable Preview:

Available in English and Spanish 🙂

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Idea twists:

Extra customization: Add to the drawing any extra features that will make the animal look even more like your father figure. Freckles? Earring? a Tattoo maybe? (if someone did this for me, I bet they would add rabbit teeth and thick eyebrows to the animal, haha!)

Pop-up effect: To easily make any part of the drawing pop-up when the card is opened, do the following:

  1. Cut a small rectangle out of paper (about 10cm x 3cm should be fine).
  2. Bend it back and forward in a zig-zag shape, like a little accordion.
  3. Tape or glue one end of the accordion to the card. Then fold it and on the other end paste the part of the drawing that you want to stand out. That’s it!

Finished Examples:

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Instructions to Download:

1. Click above on the “Download Printable” button.

2. Click on “I want this!” (either leave the price as $0 to download for free, or support this project with a donation from your kind heart. Much appreciated!).

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Kids DIY Christmas Card Idea: Coloring, Cut and Paste (Free Multilingual Printable)

A simple and creative idea for a DIY chrismas card made by your kids. Includes free multilingual template :)

A simple and creative idea for a DIY Christmas card made by your kids. Grandparents will flip out if they get this.

Video Tutorial:

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Instructions:

1. Download the PDF by clicking the Download link at the bottom of this page. Then print it 🙂

2. Select the elements that you want to include in your card’s design. For the “Merry Xmas” banners, since they come in these 69 different languages, please print only the page with the language(s) that you need or the ghost of a Xmas tree will hunt you down from tonight until new year’s eve.

* DISCLAIMER * The greetings listed in the multilingual Christmas banners correspond to translations made by regular parents (not all professional lingüists) who presumibly speak / know the language, nevertheless we can’t garantee that the spelling of each word or translation is official and legit.

 

Making a DIY Christmas card for kids using a templateLayed out pieces of a coloring template for a DIY Christmas card

3. Color your selections with markers, color pencils, watercolours, or whatever you like.

* Optional: Color the background of your Christmas scene on the piece of paper where you want to paste your design.

4. Cut out your illustrations and paste them on a piece of cardstock (or any paper, really). An adult’s help might be useful for this step.

5. Your personalized design is done! Now write something nice for the person that will receive the card.

 

You might also like this activity: Complete the Animals with Crafts

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Idea twists:

You can also draw more elements on your card to make it even more personalized! Purple flames in the fireplace? It’s Christmas, anything goes! 😀

Finished cards samples:

Finished examples of a DIY Christmas card project for kids

Here’s another Christmas ideas for Preschoolers:

#Christmas DIY Elf on the Shelf toilet tube #craft for teachers of #preschool kids

DIY Christmas Elf on the shelf for Preschool kids.

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Download instructions:

1. Click on the “Download Printable” button.

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3. Enter your e-mail and get your files in your preferred language(s).

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How to say “Merry Xmas” in more than 60 different languages from around the world

How to say Merry Xmas or the equivalent Christmas greetings in many different languages from around the world.

 

I asked a bunch of parents of multilingual kids how to say “Merry Xmas” or the equivalent Christmas greetings in their language so I could include a banner for this Christmas card craft. With the everyone’s amazing contributions we gathered the translation for 60+ languages, as listed below.

* DISCLAIMER * The phrases below correspond to the translations made by regular parents (not all professional lingüists) who presumibly speak / know the language, nevertheless we can’t garantee that the spelling of each word or translation is official and legit.

Good for: Christmas projects for kids.

Bad for: Writing a letter to your head of state.

60+ ways to say Merry Christmas in a list sorted alphabetically by language:

 

* If you want to add any other translation, feel free to write me.

* Option 1 / Option 2 .

 

Afrikaans Geseënde Kersfees
Albanian Gezuar pashket
Arabic ميلاد مجيد/ عيد ميلاد مجيد
Azeri Yeni Ilin Mubarek

 

Bahasa Indonesia Selamat Hari Natal
Basque Eguberri on / Gabon Zoriontsuak
Bisaya language Malipayong pasko
Bosnian Sretan Bozic
Breton Nedeleg Laouen
Bulgarian Весела Коледа

 

Cantonese 聖誕快樂 / Sheng Dan Kuai Le
Catalan Bon Nadal
Chinese, China (Simplified) 圣诞节快乐
Chinese, Taiwan (Traditional) 耶誕節快樂
Croatian Sretan Bozic
Czech Veselé Vianoce

 

Danish God Jul / Glædelig Jul
Dutch Fijne Kerstdagen / Zalig Kerstfeest

 

English Merry Christmas
Estonian Häid jõule

 

Filipino Maligayang Pasko
Finnish Hyvää Joulua
French Joyeux Noël

 

Gaelic Nollaig Chridheil
German Frohe Weihnachten / Fröhliche Weihnachten
Greek Καλά Χριστούγεννα / Χαρούμενα Χριστούγεννα
Gujarati Natal ni subh kamnao

 

Hebrew חג המולד שמח
Hindi क्रिसमस की बधाई
Hungarian Boldog Karácsonyt
/ Kellemes Karácsonyi Ünnepeket

 

Icelandic Gleðileg jól
Irish Nollaig shona dhuit
Italian Buon Natale

 

Japanese メリークリスマス

 

Korean 메리 크리스마스

 

Latvian Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus
Lithuanian Su šventom Kalėdom / Linksmų Šv. Kalėdų
Luxembourgish Schéi Chrëschtdeeg

 

Macedonian Sreken Bozik
Malay language (Malaysia) Selamat Hari Natal
Maltese Il-Milied it-tajjeb
Mandarin 圣诞快乐 / sheng dan just le
Marathi

Mongolian

Shubh Nataal / नाताळच्या शुभेच्छा

Зул сарын мэнд

Norwegian God jul
 

 

Papiamento Bon Pasku
Persian کریسمس مبارک
Philipines dialect Malipayon Nga Paskwa
Polish Wesołych Świąt / Wesołych Świąt Bożego Narodzenia
Portuguese Feliz Natal / Bom Natal

 

Quechua Allinlla Raymi

 

Romanian Craciun Fericit
Russian С Рождеством / Счастливого Рождества

 

Sámi language

Scottish Gaelic

BUORI JUOVLLAT

Nollaig Chridheil

Serbian Срећан Божић / Sretan Bozic
Setswana (South Africa) Monate a Keresemose
Slovak Veselé Vianoce
Slovenian Vesel Božič
Spanish Feliz Navidad
Swahili Krisimasi njema / Kheri ya krismasi
Swedish God Jul
Swiss dialect Frölichi Wiehnachte

 

Tagalog Maligayang Pasko
Tahitian Ia oaoa i teie noera
Turkish Mutlu Noeller / Yeni yılınız kutlu olsun
 

 

Ukranian Веселих свят / З Різдвом Христовим
Urdu ﺑﮍﺍ ﺩﻥ مبارک
Uzbek Yangi yilingiz bilan

 

Vietnam Chúc Mừng Giáng Sinh / Chúc Giáng Sinh Vui Vẻ
Welsh Nadolig Llawen

 

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Rodrigo Macias (author) is a bilingual creative mixing his experience working in Childcare and Design around planet Earth to come up with high-quality printables and playful-educational activities for kids. Check those out at the Box of Ideas.