Simple Christmas Tree Craft
Christmas is approaching and you can find all sorts of great crafts for kiddos. My struggle is that a lot of the activities are great for kids that are a little bit older than our daughter. We made some fun graham cracker gingerbread houses that were perfect for my 6-year-old niece, but it was challenging to get Piper involved. So, I was doing some thinking and thought that this sticker Christmas tree craft would be perfect for her. It was so easy for me to prepare and she enjoyed doing it.
Green Construction Paper
Brown Construction Paper
Variety of Stickers
- Cut out a large green triangle.
- Tape the green triangle to the table. This can be skipped if your kiddo is old enough to leave it alone. Piper is still in the “toss things off the table” stage.
- For younger kiddos, let them pick a sticker, then peel it off the sheet for them. For older kiddos, let them pick and peel their stickers.
- Hand the sticker to the kiddos and have them stick them on.
- When they are done with the stickers, cut out a small brown rectangle and tape it to the bottom of the triangle to make a tree.
Like I said, it is a super simple Christmas tree craft that even young toddlers can do. It isn’t messy and requires very few supplies. This craft is also really great for fine motor development. Small stickers may be challenging for little fingers to maneuver, but with continued practice, these skills will develop. Piper did struggle sometimes with sticking the correct side down to the paper, but I would just assist her and she would push them down. She was really proud every time she stuck a sticker down. It was really cute.
Make sure you check out the graham cracker gingerbread houses that we made! That was a really fun (and messy) activity. I’ve also shared some holiday gift guides to make shopping this year a little easier! Enjoy!
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