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Kids love reindeer and pictures of themselves and this craft combines both. Watch their smiles as they see themselves inside of the reindeer. Plus it’s really easy to make with this template. It looks like you’ve fastened them together, but shhh…. you haven’t!
Hang them around the room for a classroom decoration.
These Paper Poinsettia Flowers are so easy to make and turn out really cute. They make a great cutting exercise for little children and look really pretty when hung up around the room for the Winter holiday or placed on the Christmas tree as ornaments. They also make pretty and attractive gift tags for the children to use when making and wrapping holiday presents. Our template is for 3 1/2 inch petals but you can make them as large or as small as you need. You could even make them small enough to use as pencil toppers.
This is a fun coloring activity for preschoolers. They are all used to snowmen but here we have a snowman family, complete with junior. Glue them onto cardstock and they can use them as gift tags for the holidays.
Notecards from Children’s Drawings Make Great Gifts
These are fun gifts for your children to make to bring home for the parents or to give as gifts. My children have made and brought these home different times of the year and I LOVE receiving them.. Have the children draw pictures inside of the frame throughout the month when you have some free time. At the end of the month have them fold the drawings into cards, wrap with cellophane paper, and tie with a decorative ribbon. They will be so proud!
This is an easy kids craft. We made paper snowflakes in school and at home and I was so surprised my kids had no idea what I was talking about when I said let’s make some paper snowflakes. I love the fact that they challenge your mind to try and figure out what they will look like cut out. We made them and my kids loved them. Give it a try!
These Gingerbread Doll Paper Chains are easy kids crafts and fun to make for the whole family. Remember making them as a child? Well, now you can make them again with your children, and I bet they love them as much as you did! They look adorable hanging from the mantle, a mirror, or even on the Christmas tree.
Advent Calendar Craft Project – This “count down” advent craft project is a fun and simple way to count down the days of any major milestone or holiday, such as first day of kindergarten, Christmas, birthday, a special trip to Grandma’s house or vacation. What a fun and imaginative way to teach kids about days and days in a month.