Let kids get creative with shapes as they make Christmas trees to deck the halls this holiday season. This craft is great for little kids or big kids because they can be hung on the wall or put on a homemade Christmas card. If your kiddo isn’t up to using scissors, simply prep the activity with shapes for them to use before craft time. It’s a perfect way for them to learn and craft with shapes.
This craft is nice and easy and designed by my daughter (I’m so proud). Little Tiger (age 5) makes crafts ALL THE TIME (my mom says she is like me when I was little). The other day I looked over to see her making the cutest looking Christmas trees and unlike many of her crafting adventures, her working area was relatively mess-free which made me think you will love this craft as much as I do.
The Biggest Christmas Tree Ever-affiliate link
A Wish to Be a Christmas Tree-affiliate link
The Little Fir Tree-affiliate link
Craft paper (White, blue, green, brown)
Mini circle stickers-affiliate link
Have child cut a snow hill out of the white paper and glue it to the bottom of the blue paper.
Have child cut out green triangles and brown squares.
Have child glue brown squares to the snow. Have child glue green triangles to the squares to make the trees.
Have child decorate the trees with the circle stickers and the craft could be done or add some sparkles in the sky to make the winter air sparkle.
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