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We've been doing more sensory play than crafts lately, but I had to share this fun Christmas tree craft with you. It was a big hit with my 3 and 4-year-olds and gave them a chance to practice with their names and shapes.
For this craft, we used:
Green, yellow, white and brown construction paper
Foam Gift Stickers
To prep for the activity, I cut out:
One green triangle for each letter of each child's name. (So Ethan had 5 green triangles)
One brown rectangle for each child
One yellow star for each child using a star cookie cutter
Then, I wrote one letter from their name on each triangle.
Once the triangles were glued down, we added our rectangle trunk and a star on top. We also added some foam sticker presents to the bottom. The kids absolutely love working with foam stickers and peeling the backs off.
The trees turned out great and the kids loved showing them off to their parents.
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