9 Quick and Easy Christmas Construction Paper Crafts

 Looking to get into the Christmas spirit with some easy art projects but not quite sure where to start? If you have some construction paper and just a few other common crafting materials like stickers or paint, we have some inspiration to help get you into a jolly mood! This list is full of creative construction paper crafts that will have them giggling, growing their fine motor skills, learning about patterns, practicing their ABCs, and celebrating the most wonderful time of year!

Christmas Construction Paper Crafts

  • Visual aid of how to complete Melted Snowman Painting

    Could you and your little one use a giggle? This art craft’s hilarious mix of wiggle eyes, abstract art, and a melting snowman should get you both laughing. You can keep materials limited to just construction paper and white paint or add in wiggle eyes, glue, scissors, and any other decorating materials you have on hand to accessorize this once jolly happy soul.  

  • Visual aid of how to complete Christmas Tree Alphabet Matching

    This awesome activity is perfect for those learning their ABCs! In this jolly game, they’ll be decorating a Christmas tree drawn on construction paper by putting sticker letter “ornaments” on the matching letters on the tree. An added bonus: getting the ornament stickers off their backing is a great way to enhance fine motor skills! 

  • Visual aid of how to complete Pin the Nose on the Reindeer

    Looking for an indoor game to play at your Christmas party? This quick holiday game craft will have everyone laughing. Ho, ho, ho!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Cotton Snowman
    Cotton Snowman

    (Ages 1-4)

    Yet another quick and easy winter art project! Fluffy cotton balls have such a great tactical feeling that make them enjoyable for kids to craft with, and we’re guessing you might have a few on hand already. To make this project easier and scissor-free for younger ones, you can even cut out all of the snowman parts ahead of time and have them just do the assembling.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Christmas Tree Math

    This Christmas inspired math game is a great way to get into the holiday spirit while learning about patterns and comparing math skills! Your kiddos can use whatever they’d like to decorate their tree: pom-poms, foam shapes, glitter, stickers, markers, or anything else that’s in your craft drawer! When they’re finished making and decorating their trees, they can even mount them onto red or green construction paper to turn them into Christmas cards for friends or family.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Reindeer Headband

    This reindeer headband is an adorable craft that your kid will have a ball creating and wearing.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Light-Up Mason Jar

    Snowflakes are one of the great wonders of our world; we’re so lucky to get to enjoy the winter magic that they bring. The Light-Up Mason Jar project lets your kid create their very own shining container of snowflakes. The craft’s final product makes for a great night-light!

  • Visual aid of how to complete Christmas Tree Color Matching

    This learning game is a festive way to grow their sorting, matching, and grouping skills. They’ll love using their creativity to decorate their colorful trees just how they like.

  • Visual aid of how to complete Holiday Card Circuits

    Brighten a loved one's winter holidays and learn a bit about how electricity works with this handmade holiday card circuit.

Get inspired!