Christmas Decorations Preschool Theme Crafts

October 28, 2008 · Filed Under Christmas Crafts for Kids, Kids Crafts, Preschool Lesson Plans & Themes · Comments Off on Christmas Decorations Preschool Theme Crafts 

by Aunt B

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Kids Christmas Crafts

Lasting Impressions Christmas Cards

Items you will need:

Foam Fruit Tray (like a meat tray)
Construction Paper
Paint Brush

Using your pencil you will draw and poke a Christmas design, such as a snowman with snow all around him, in your foam fruit tray. Paint on a thin layer of paint to your picture in the tray (a thin layer gets better results than a thick layer of paint). Lay your pre-cut construction paper in the tray. Rub lightly on the back of this paper. Lift and you should have the design from your tray onto your paper.

Easy Fridge Magnets – Christmas Presents

Items you will need:

Old business card size magnets
Holiday Wrapping Paper
Flat Ribbon

Cut out a piece of holiday wrapping paper about ¼” larger then actual magnet. Fold corners and tape down the edge, also tape flat ribbon on, for decorative touch.

Christmas Hand Towels for the Busy Mom!

Items you will need:

White Hand Towel
Fabric Paint (Red and Green)
Child’s Hands

Using the fabric paint, have your child make hand prints all over the white hand towel. Use fabric paint to write on the towel “See, I DID wash my hands.” Your guest will love these towels.

Recommended Christmas Books to read

A Christmas Story (Dick and Jane)
Published by Grosset and Dunlap
The holidays are a time for family and togetherness and Dick, Jane, Sally, Spot and Puff know how to celebrate.

Mouse’s First Christmas
Written by: Lauren Thompson
One little mouse tells what Christmas is like to him.

The Twelve Days Of Christmas : Rebus Sticker Storybooks (Rebus Sticker Storybooks)
Illustrated by Nan Brooks
What a great way to tell this old story then with a rebus sticker storybook.

Christmas Cooking with Kids

Candle Salads

Items you will need:

Pineapple ring
1 Lettuce leaf
1 banana
Vegetable peeler
Tooth picks

What you will do:

Place a piece of lettuce leaf on a plate, then lay a pineapple ring on top of the lettuce leaf. Peal the banana and cut it in half, place half of the banana in the center of the pineapple ring. Peal off a strip of carrot, using a vegetable peeler. Roll the carrot tip in to a ring, overlapping the ends. Stick one end of a toothpick through the end of the carrot strip and the other end down into the banana. Pinch the carrot ring to make it look like a pointed candle flame.

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