We’re so fortunate in the US, to have so many rich and varied holiday traditions and cultural observances in which to participate: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa. Here are free printable Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukkah color your own greeting cards to share.
Fisher-Price (click here) is one of the oldest toy makers in the US. Fisher-Price is noted for it’s Little People toys. Visit the Fisher-Price website for free printable greeting cards featuring the Little People, animals and graphics. Free printable holiday season greeting cards include:
Halloween: Four cute free printable non-scary Halloween and Trick-or-Treat cards.
Thanksgiving: Ten free printable greeting cards featuring a cornucopia, turkey, pilgrims, Thanksgiving Dinner and several ‘I’m Thankful for You’ greeting cards.
Hanukkah The dates for Hanukkah vary on the western calendar, but always fall before Christmas. On the Jewish calendar Hanukkah or Chanukkah (as it is also called) falls on the 25th of Kislev. Here are four free printable Hanukkah color your own cards featuring a dreidel, menora and families gathered together in celebration.
Christmas Celebrated on Dec. 25 (western calendar) Christmas is the next celebration in the holiday schedule. Here are free printable Christmas coloring page greeting cards featuring a Christmas tree, presents, ornaments, candy canes and one religious Christmas cards with Mary and Joseph, Baby Jesus, shepherds, angels and a manger scene.
Kwanzaa Celebrated from December 26-January 1st, Kwanzaa is a newer African-American harvest festival celebration. Here are free printable Kwanzaa coloring pages featuring parents and children in traditional dress, plus Kwanzaa candles, cup and foods.
If you don’t celebrate any holidays during this season, or if you need free printable winter coloring pages, here are free printable winter coloring pages.
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