As I mentioned earlier this week, Nutcracker season is upon us here in my house. We are gearing up for a busy month of rehearsals. With nine Nutcracker performances coming up next month, it’s certainly on my brain.
I am spending many hours in my car writing and creating while Emma is in the studio rehearsing and training. Since I have The Nutcracker on my brain, it only made sense to choose Nutcrackers as the theme of this week’s printable!
The Nutcracker Printable
There are a variety of activities in this Nutcracker printable pack. Inside you’ll find coloring pages, ABC order, handwriting practice, word search, and much more.
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Enhance your Nutcracker lesson plans with these fun activities:
- Don’t miss this amazing collection of Nutcracker-themed picture books (and 1 chapter book) I shared earlier this week.
- Your preschoolers will love this Nutcracker-themed printable pack at Homeschool Preschool.
- Living Montessori Now has more Nutcracker printables and Montessori-inspired hands-on activities.
- If you want to make a whole unit study out of the Nutcracker, check out this post from Real Life at Home. It’s packed full of ideas.
- This homemade Nutcracker ornament from Fireflies and Mudpies is adorable!
- Kids will love designing their own Nutcracker dancer ornaments in this “invitation to create” activity from Playground Parkbench.
- Big kids can enjoy creating this Nutcracker artwork from Elementary Art Fun.
- Not into art? How about drawing their own Nutcracker with this tutorial from Momista Beginnings.
- This paper plate Nutcracker from Glued to My Crafts is perfect for little hands.
If you’ve never had the opportunity to watch the Nutcracker in person, I highly recommend it. Even if you can only make it to a local dance recital, it’s such a great Christmas tradition. Em and I go see it every year (and would even if she wasn’t a ballerina.) If you can’t watch it in person, check it out on DVD. Emma enjoys the Tom and Jerry version as much as she does the real thing!