Crafts for Children during Christmas


Paper chains
You need different colors construction paper, scissors and glue. Cut pieces 15 sm long and 1 sm wide. Then glue the ends of the strip and put the next through the first one. Make the chain as long as you want.

Handprint Tree
You need green paper, yellow paper, glue and small pieces of other colors paper. All you need to do is to mark and cut out 5-7 times your kids handprints. Then let him glue them with the fingers pointed down. Cut out big star from the yellow paper and glue it on the top. Now you have your Christmas tree. Cut small ball shaped figures and decorate it.

Christmas tree
You need green paper and some different shaper bright colors pieces. Mark and cut same size triangles. Glue them on white paper. Glue the first on the top. The top of the second has to cover the end of the first. Cut a piece of brown paper for bottom and leave enough place to glue the small presents you have prepared before. Decorate the Christmas tree with different shaped figures.

Christmas tree balls
You need a lot of tissue paper. Make different sizes balls. Then wrap them in red, orange yellow or blue foil. Turn a paper clipper into v-shaped form and glue it on the top. Now you can decorate your Christmas tree.

How to make snowflakes?
All you need are white papers and scissors. Cut out pieces of the white paper in square or oval form. Then fold them in half, then again in half. Cut out very small pieces on different places and with different shapes. When you open the white paper you will see unique and beautiful snowflakes. Do the same with the other pieces but never cut on the same place. This guarantees that all your snowflakes will be different. Now you can decorate your house or the Christmas tree.

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