December is here and that can only mean it is time to start doing some of the best Santa crafts for kids! I mean that is all kids talk about for the month leading up to Christmas Day!!
Little children can not get enough of Santa in the few weeks before Christmas! I know in our house we try and take our kids to see Santa (and get a present) a few times before 25th December.
Obviously this can be really costly and sometimes little kids want to see the man in red everyday. The best way to get kids their Santa fill and add to their excitement is by doing some easy Santa crafts and activities.
There are so many ways you can make Santa Clause. You can make him using bottles, paper plates, toilet paper rolls, colored craft papers and so much more!!
I hope you enjoy some of my best Santa Clause crafts for children. I do plan on adding lots more in due course!!
Many of these are suitable for kids as young as 5 and 6, with a little help from Mom or a teacher.
This Santa Countdown clock craft will help kids count the days down until Christmas Day.
Learn how to make a Popsicle Stick Santa bookmark craft for kids.
Take an old bottle and transform it into your own Santa Claus for pretend play!
This craft is small enough so that you little children can carry it around with them.
Santa Claus is so clever, he has multiple modes of transport. This easy Christmas paper craft teaches kids how to make Santa and his train with Christmas tree and gifts!
This cute Santa pop up card is the perfect Christmas craft for kids who want to send Christmas greetings to their friends.
Calling all readers this cute Christmas bookmark features Santa bearing a gift! Pop this little guy onto a popsicle stick and use him as a puppet if you wish.
Ho Ho Ho who wants to see a rocking Santa Claus. This is a great craft because it actually moves. Children love crafts with moving parts.
These easy Santa origami instructions will help Mum and kids make a folded paper Santa Claus.
This Christmas paper mache craft will help you make Santa's much loved red sack, which you can fill with candy canes and other small candy!
Decorate your napkins with some Santa tableware in the form of Santa belt napkin rings!
Lots come with free templates and all have step by step craft instructions with images to help you along the way.
I really hope to make a clay pot Santa, a pipe cleaner Santa and a clothes peg Santa sometime soon! Another option is a popsicle stick version!
If you have finished making all my Santa craft ideas then you might be interested in some of my other easy Christmas crafts
Which of these Santa crafts for kids is your Favorite?