Christmas is a special time for each of us. That's why we tried to create a special section in which all the Christmas coloring pages for children will be collected from our website. Of course, each of you - both girls and boys - are welcome here. We have two types of pictures. For those who, for example, are traveling or do not have a printer at home or have run out of paper to print, we recommend online printables. That is, you choose what you want and color it with your mouse on our website. We can also download them in pdf format, printing on A4 sheets.
Christmas Coloring Pages
For each of us, Christmas is a special time when the whole family is together at home. It usually starts with preparing a Christmas tree at home or decorating the tables or balconies at home or garden. Thanks to this the whole family spends time together. Another one of the steps is to prepare dishes for Christmas Eve. Usually this kind of things at home are taken care of by the parents, and the children just help them with some dishes.
It is also a special time for all Catholics who celebrate Christmas and Christmas Eve. It is then that in churches are services and we can see the crib with Lord Jesus, which usually in virtually every church in Poland appears. In the section of categories on our website you will also find a lot of different coloring pages related to the widely understood topic of Christmas.
It is here that we also have online coloring pages, which are more and more often painted by you, which makes us very happy. Of course, closer to December we will be uploading a lot of thematic coloring pages, so that every day some new and popular in the world will also find their way to our printable.
TIDBITS OF INFORMATION
1) Not every one of you knows that Santa Claus who moves on a sleigh was created by Washington Irving
2) Christmas has slightly different meanings around the world. When it comes to Christmas Eve which is celebrated in Japan it is a day where we fry chicken as well as eat strawberry pie.
3) We have already mentioned Santa Claus but it is worth adding that Santa Claus did not always wear red. Some people claim that this image was created for marketing purposes by Coca-Cola.
4) In England, King William I was crowned precisely on Christmas Day - which was additionally a lavishly celebrated holiday during that ruler's lifetime.
5) This Christmas time was also very important during WWI, not all of you know that there was a ceasefire during this time and a short truce signed - called the Christmas Truce. This is when the Bretons and Germans even exchanged gifts and played a soccer match together.
6) USA has its official Christmas tree which is decorated every year for this occasion and we can see it ourselves in a national park in California. It is very tall as it is over 95 meters high and of course every year it gets bigger and bigger.
7) The Christmas stamp was first issued in 1962 in the United States, this custom has been adopted by many countries around the world and they release such a series of stamps with this theme in December.
8) The song "Silent Night" was first heard in a church in Austria. Then it also came to Poland, where to this day it has become the most recognizable and played song in Poland.
9) One in three men wait until the last day to do their Christmas Eve shopping and the same goes for Christmas presents. More and more people are leaving such tasks to the last minute.