Get this free printable Santa’s Workshop wordsearch, along with all these other Santa printables.
I hid 18 Santa-themed words in this wordsearch, and you’ll find the answers forward, backwards, up, and down. No diagonals in this one. Here’s the solution:
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It would be fun in the classroom or at home. And lots of these Santa printables would be before for your Elf on the Shelf to bring from the North Pole!
Then check out all these other Santa printables too for games, gifts, and decor. I love our monthly collections, and it looks like you all too!
Cute printable Santa activites for kids. These would be great to have your Elf on the Shelf bring!
Free Santa Coloring Page for Christmas FUN!
Easy Santa coloring page
Letter From Santa Free Printable
Official Santa letterhead from the North Pole
Free Printable Christmas Cootie Catcher / Joke Teller
Remember these? Print a cootie catcher and fold it up for a fun game
Free Printable Santa I Spy Worksheet
Santa themed iSpy printable page
FREE PRINTABLE CHRISTMAS MAD LIBS
Free Santa mad lib games
Free Printable Santa Stop Here Door Hanger
Hang these from the front door, or bedroom doors
Santa and Christmas Gnomes Coloring Page
Santa is great friends with all the gnomes
Printable Christmas Ornaments
Print Santa themed ornaments to decorate your tree
Reindeer Food Tags and Recipe
Kids love leaving reindeer food out on Christmas Eve.
Free Printable Santa Gift Tag from the North Pole
Santa sleigh printable gift tags
Santa's Workshop Wordsearch
Wordsearch for kids - Santa themed words
Free Printable Santa's Nice List Certificate
Here's a fun stocking stuffer - a certificate from Santa himself!
Fun Elf Printable Activity Pack + 14 Santa Printables For Christmas
Santa themed coloring and writing activities for kids
Santa Beard Countdown Free Printable
Countdown to Christmas with a cute Santa beard
We hope you’ll like all these free Santa printables and that they help make your Christmas celebrations a little easier and more fun. Thanks for using them 🙂
If you ever have requests for things that you can’t seem to find, please let us know!
Supplies you might need for printables:
- Printer (I love using an HP printer so I can take advantage of the Instant Ink subscription)
- Cardstock – just a regular 8.5 x 11 pack of white cardstock from someplace like Walmart (check near their printer paper) will work great.
- Printer paper is good for things like crossword puzzles or matching sheets.
- Sticker paper – printable vinyl or Avery full sticker sheets are better than Cricut sticker paper in my opinion.
- Paper trimmer – try the Cricut trimmer or a Fiskars one
- Scoring board for creating crisp fold lines when needed.
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