Christmas tree Using paper plates to make a festive Christmas tree. Let students add some colorful dots to the green paper plates. Glue to the wall with double sided tape in the shape of a tree. Add some ornaments and tinsel to the tree.
Christmas Stockings Using a template of a Christmas stocking, cut out 2 layers of red felt per student. (for the boot of the stocking) Cut out a white strip of felt for the top part of the stocking. Also cut out a green Christmas tree to fit on the stocking. Staple the two red pieces together to form the stocking, glue on the white strip and the green tree. Decorate with glitter and bows and add student’s name. Hang on fireplace. ;)
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Easy Christmas craft for young students. Trace the student’s foot on brown construction paper. Use it as the head of the reindeer. Trace the two hands of your student on a different shade of brown construction paper. Use them as the antlers of the reindeer. Add a red glittery nose and some googly eyes.
Rainbow rice sensory table Divide rice into zip lock bags. Add a range of different food colorings to the bags and shake them until all the rice is covered with color. Place on a table to air dry for a few hours. Store in zip lock bags.
Christmas tree decorations – using popsicle sticks and a glue gun. Paint the popsicle sticks with your students. Using a glue gun and 6 popsicle sticks per star, first make a two triangle and then glue them on each other to make a star.
Snowman with earmuffs. You will need: - Empty toilet paper roll – White paint – orange construction paper for the nose – Pipe cleaners for the top part of the earmuffs – Fluffy pompoms to cover the “ears”.
Snowflakes What you will need: 3 popsicle sticks per snowflake, sky blue paint, a glue gun to stick the popsicle sticks together, and some sparkly decorations. Use some blue ribbon to hang the snowflake from a window, or as an ornament on the Christmas tree.