Are your kids getting anxious for Santa to come down the chimney this year? While you wait grab the kids and make a Santa for some Merry Christmas crafting! It’s a fun way to practice making rectangles while working on fine motor control, and scissor skills.
Santa Kids Craft
Red, black, tan, yellow & green craft paper
1. Fold the red paper in half long ways and cut it down the middle. Fold the corners down to form a triangle at the top of one of the halves, and put the other half to the side. You only need one half per Santa.
2. Cut out a rectangle from the tan paper, then round off the edges to make kind of an oval shape for Santa’s face. You may need to draw a line for children to follow. Glue the googly eyes on and draw Santa’s mouth.
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Thanks for crafting with us today. If you enjoyed this idea please pin & share it with others so they can enjoy it too! Love, Katie & the Kiddos
Awww, so sweet! Easy enough to do too.
Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #CHRISTMASbloghop).
Wishing you a lovely evening and a very Merry Christmas!