Is anything more Christmas-like and magical than reindeer? Although reindeer do exist in real life, they don’t fly, which is an element of these animals that only is revealed during the magical Christmas season. Take the magic of reindeer into the classroom with these fun reindeer crafts and reindeer activities for kids that are as educational as they are fun. Kids will love putting their hands to good use in the classroom while learning and playing with these reindeer projects. Included in this list are reindeer literacy activities, reindeer math activities, reindeer games, and tons of reindeer crafts to try!
Reindeer Crafts and Activities for Kids
Make a reindeer ornament with popsicle sticks!
Hide a reindeer in this fun Christmas STEM challenge. / Schooling a Monkey
This paper plate reindeer is too fun! / Kids Activities Blog
Mix crafting with fine motor skill-building when you make a yarn-wrapped reindeer! / I Heart Crafty Things
Turn a jar lid into an adorable reindeer face! / Fireflies and Mud Pies
Kids will love taking home their projects in this fun reindeer bag! / A Dab of Glue Will Do
Play letter matching with reindeer antlers! / Fantastic Fun and Learning
This reindeer math game is so creative and fun! / Fantastic Fun and Learning
Use handprints to make reindeer antlers! / Mommy Savers
This R is for reindeer craft is too cute! / Crafty Morning
This reindeer is made from a cupcake liner! / Love and Marriage Blog
Race reindeer on a number line! / Mom-Inspired Life
Challenge your kids to make reindeer from random craft supplies! / The Educator’s Spin on It
Pinecone reindeer are the best! / Fireflies and Mud Pies
Kids will love this toilet roll reindeer craft. / Fantastic Fun and Learning
Reindeer Animal Study
Looking for ways to teach your class all about Reindeer and bring some Christmas science into your learning?
Make Rudolph educational with this awesome Reindeer Animal Study from A Dab of Glue Will Do!
Kids will learn about the difference between reindeer and whitetail deer, animals that migrate and not migrate, parts of a reindeer, and there is even an educational craftivity and research project!
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