This is one of the easiest crafts my kids have done this Christmas! These Christmas trees with sticker ornaments couldn’t be simpler and the kids had a lot of fun crafting them. Coloring, painting, and using stickers are great for fine motor development which will help with future writing!!
Here are the very easy directions:
1. Print out a Christmas tree template or draw one by hand. I found one I liked using Google Images and printed it.
2. Color or paint the tree and trunk. I intended for the kids to use colored pencils on ours, but Lilah, 3, wanted to paint hers, so I obliged. She finger painted the edge of the tree and then filled in the center with a paintbrush. Luke, 4, colored his with colored pencils.
3. Give the kids sheets of stickers to decorate their trees. We used sheets of round stickers to resemble ornaments.
4. Display your child’s work!
**Optional — You can cut the tree out — or have your child cut it out — if you prefer. It will elimate any out-of-the-lines coloring or painting and make the project look more polished.
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