25 Days of Christmas Free Printable Bucket List

25 Days of Christmas Free Printable Bucket List

Today I have a sweet 25 Days of Christmas Checklist to help plan all of your holiday activities. It has everything from watching your favorite Christmas movie to going on a sleigh ride.

I think it turned out so pretty and I hope you like it as much as I do!

There are 25 tasks listed, so you can complete one task every day leading up to Christmas or group a bunch of them together and have some fun on the weekends.

Here’s the complete list of all the tasks, write them on your family to-do list or download the printable below to hang on your fridge.

25 days of Christmas Bucket List

  1. Make a Christmas craft

  2. Sing and dance to Christmas songs

  3. Bake Christmas cookies

  4. Make your own ornaments

  5. Write a letter to Santa

  6. Make Christmas cards

  7. Decorate the tree

  8. Go look at Christmas lights after dark

  9. Read the Nativity Story in the Bible

  10. Kiss under the mistletoe

  11. Drink some hot chocolate

  12. Decorate a gingerbread house

  13. Go for a sleigh ride

  14. Watch a Christmas movie

  15. Make paper snowflakes

  16. Read a Christmas book

  17. Sing Christmas carols

  18. Donate to a food pantry

  19. Hang up your Christmas stockings

  20. Go ice skating

  21. Wrap presents

  22. Visit Santa Clause

  23. Write a Christmas wish and hang it on the tree

  24. Make a paper chain

  25. Read Twas the Night Before Christmas by the tree

Download the Free Printable below…

25 Days of Christmas Free Printable Bucket List


What are some of your favorite Christmas activities? Leave your reply in the comments below. Thanks!

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For everyday printables, planners, and coloring pages for the kiddos I normally use Hammermill Printer Paper, 20 Lb. I love that you can get a small box of 3 reams instead of having to buy one at a time or a whole case of 10.

If I want something a little nicer, I use this laser paper which is incredibly smooth and has very little to no ghosting on the other side. This is perfect if you like to use pens/markers that are prone to bleeding through to the other side.

For printing on A5 paper, I use this Blank 6-Hole Punched A5 Paper. You can also get it without the holes but it’s $6-7 more. Which I think is odd because it’s usually the other way around and you have to pay more for the hole punching.

If you're printing a binder cover that you to be fade-resistant and last a long time, the best paper I would recommend using Epson Presentation paper. It's heavy like cardstock (48 lb), is great when laminated, and is made to last for decades.

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