Monday, 24 November 2014

24 Christmas craft activities for young children


24 Christmas Craft Activities for Infants:

Below you will find a list of 24 cute, fun and engaging activities that I have come across on during my Pinterest trawling sessions. These are activities that can be done with toddlers, pre-schoolers and infants aged children (K-2) as well as children with special needs.

Hand & Foot print crafts:

1.    Snowmen Feet

2.    Handprint Reindeer – Crafty Morning


4.    Christmas Elf Handprint Art – Classified Mom

5.    Candy Cane Christmas Card – Leapfrog & Ladybugs

Paper Plate crafts:

6.    DIY Snowmen Paper Plate Activity – Crafty Morning

7.    Paper Plate Elves – Crafty Morning

8.    Paper Plate Christmas Ornament – Crafty Morning

9.    Paper Plate Laced Christmas Tree – I Heart Crafty Things (great for fine motor work!)

Popsicle stick crafts:

10.  Popsicle stick Christmas tree craft – Hands on as we grow

11.  Popsicle stick star ornament – Powerful Mothering


13.  Toy Soldier Ornament - Fireflies and Mudpies (this is a personal favourite).

14.  Popsicle stick snowflake ornament – Crafts by Courtney

Stamping crafts:

15.  Stamped Snowman – it’s done with Marshmallows here, but you could use cotton balls, carrots, sponges etc.

16.  Potato Stamping – Crafty Morning

17.  Pom Pom Painting Christmas Crafts – Fantastic Fun & Learning (this could also be done using bauble, star and present cut-outs).

18.  DIY Christmas gift wrap – Celebrations

19.  Ornament stamped Christmas tree craft – I Heart Crafty Things

Other:


21.  Christmas Sensory Book – Baby Centre Blog

22.  Printable Gingerbread Ornaments to decorate – Powerful Mothering

23.  Cupcake liner Snowman Craft – I Heart Crafty Things

24.  Cupcake liner Christmas tree ornament – One Perfect Day





Check out my Pinterest page for more Christmas crafts, and watch out later in the week for my post on “24 Christmas craft activities for Primary students”.

1 comment:

  1. Awesome stuff that we can decorate the tree with each at school!
    Andrea

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