Free Christmas Bucket List Printable (2 Versions)

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Use this free Christmas bucket list printable throughout the month of December to build up some holiday spirit and make special memories of the Christmas season and this magical time of year.

Christmas bucket list printable
blank Christmas bucket list printable

Christmas Bucket List Printable

The holiday season is my families most favorite time of year.

One of our favorite holiday traditions is spending time together playing games, listening to Christmas music, hosting an ugly sweater party, touring the neighborhood looking at Christmas lights and building our own Gingerbread house.

Our bucket list is loaded with our favorite holiday activities and we look forward to this special season all year.

So, I decided to create a free Christmas bucket list printable to use in anticipation of Christmas time.

This free printable Christmas bucket list is loaded with fun things to do that are a great way to boost holiday spirit for the whole family. 

From fun activities you can do indoors like attending a holiday party or cutting paper snowflakes to great ideas for some outdoor holiday fun, our Christmas bucket list printable is a great way to enjoy the most wonderful time of the year with your family.

You can complete the Christmas activities like advent calendars by folllowing the order they are listed. Or, do your favorite things first by mixing up the order. It’s completely up to you.

If you want to make your own bucket list we even created a blank version you can print and fill in with your own Christmas bucket list ideas.

Continue reading to get more information about our Christmas bucket list printable and to snag the physical item as instant download!

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​Free Christmas Bucket List Printable

Christmas bucket list printable
best free Christmas bucket list printable

Build A Gingerbread House

One of our favorite fun holiday activities on this Christmas bucket list printable! Build a DIY gingerbread house using a Gingerbread house kit or make it completely home made.

Drink Hot Chocolate

It’s the little things that make the holidays a magical season. Take a minute out of your busy schedule to sip on some hot cocoa! Don’t forget to stir with a candy cane!

​Christmas Lights

Pile into the car or take a walk around your neighborhood to check out Christmas lights. Playing Christmas lights bingo is a fun way to make this experience even more festive!

​Listen To Christmas Music

No Christmas family bucket list would be complete without some holiday music. Check out this huge collection of Christmas songs and build yourself a holiday playlist.

Mail Christmas Cards

Making and mailing your own Christmas cards or writing letters is a wonderful way to boost holiday spirit. It’s one of our favorite fun family activities during the month of December.

Watch A Christmas Movie

Plan to watch your favorite holiday movies. Consider classics like Polar Express, A Christmas Story or It’s A Wonderful Life or a Hallmark movie or two. Check out our huge list of Christmas Movie options to pick your favorites. Don’t forget to make a big batch of Christmas popcorn to munch on while you watch!

Random Act Of Kindness

The holiday season is all about giving. So, plan to take part in a few random acts of kindness. From collecting toys from local businesses to donate to the needy to taking part in a local community service project. There are loads of different ways you can show kindness during the holiday season.

Sing Christmas Carols

Singing classic Christmas carols is the perfect way to instantly boost Christmas spirit. It’s also a Christmas activity all family members can take part it.

​Decorate The Christmas Tree

Pull out your Christmas decorations and have fun decorating your Christmas tree. Whether you get your tree from a local Christmas tree farm or go the artificial route this is a family favorite Christmas tradition everyone enjoys during the holiday season.

Plan A Secret Santa

A fun little secret Santa gift exchange and potluck party with your family members. Check out our Left Right Across gift exchange free printables to make it even more fun. 

Mail A Letter To Santa

Download a copy of our free printable letter to Santa for the kids to fill out and mail to the north pole.  Kids look forward to writing their Christmas list all year!

Wear Ugly Christmas Sweaters 

Ugly Christmas sweaters are always a great time whether you’re attending an Ugly Christmas sweater party or just wearing one around the house for fun! The great thing about it is it’s one of those fun ideas that is the easiest ways to build holiday spirit.

Related: free printable ugly Christmas sweater voting ballots

Donate To A Local Food Bank

The spirit of giving is an important part of building holiday spirit during the days of Christmas. Donating to a local food bank is great way to help the less fortunate during the holiday season.

Go Ice Skating

It wouldn’t be the best time of year without a little ice skating. Make sure your skates are sharpened and head out to a local rink for some ice skating fun.

​Attend A Christmas Parade

Christmas parades are so much fun and such a great way to really get into the Christmas spirit. 

Make Reindeer Food

​Kids love making reindeer food to put out for Santa’s reindeer on Christmas eve. 

Bake Christmas Cookies

The holiday’s aren’t the holiday’s without baking your favorite recipes for cookies. Make your favorite sugar cookies, spritz cookies or buckeyes and enjoy them with the family in front of a warm fire. 

​Family Game Night

Host a festive family game night. Play Christmas Bingo, Christmas trivia, I Spy or even How Many Words Can You Make From Merry Christmas?

Read Christmas Books

From  a Christmas Carol to How The Grinch Stole Christmas, no December bucket list would be complete without a little holiday reading. Check out our list of holiday books for some inspiration.

Hang Christmas Stockings

​Have the kids help you hang their Christmas stockings in anticipation of Christmas day!

Build A Snowman

Get outside and play in the snow. Any day of December is a great day to build a snowman.

Take A Sleigh Ride

​Pack up the sled and head out for a sled ride. Plan for some hot chocolate and a warm fire to warm you back up when you get home!

​Take A Family Picture

Take a family portrait wearing your favorite holiday clothing, Christmas pajamas or ugly Christmas sweaters!

Leave Cookies For Santa

​Put our a large plate of cookies and a tall glass of milk for the big guy! Don’t forget the reindeer food! 

Open Christmas Gifts

Enjoy the magic of Christmas morning by opening gifts and spending quality time with the family.

Download Instructions

Christmas bucket list printable
free Christmas bucket list printable

There are two versions of our Christmas bucket list printable. 

There’s a blank version that you can print and fill in yourself with holiday themed activities of your choice. 

Or, you can print in the completed printable holiday bucket list that comes in a variety of festive different colors.

To download, click on the instant download links found at the bottom of this post. This will open the pdf file in a new window. 

We highly recommend printing our Christmas bucket list printable on high quality US letter size cardstock paper and with color ink. 

Please note that all our free printables, printable files,  party games, educational activities, interactive resources and pre-made digital activities are intended for classroom and personal use only. 

​Final Thoughts

There you have it! A fun little free printable bucket list you can use during the month of December to celebrate the most magical time of year.

We hope you plan to use our Christmas bucket list printable with your family this year.

Before you go, make sure to bookmark our site so next time you can come back to our free resource library of free printable activities, crafts and games for kids.

​Got a question about our Christmas bucket list printable? Reach out to us on Facebook or drop us a comment down below.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

​P.S Our free printable fall bucket list and summer bucket list printables are launching soon!

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