Craft Stick Christmas Tree and other Simple Winter Crafts your Toddlers and Preschoolers will Love to do

Posted December 8, 2017 by Julie in Parenting, TopPosts / 5 Comments

Ah, December. Winter. Christmas. Clocks starting to resemble fans.

Anyone else feel like the world just starts flying by this time of year? I am not a fan of the rush of the holiday season and try to be mindful of slowing down and enjoying all the beauty and fun winter and Christmas time hold. I took my family on an evening trip to see a huge light display because that’s what matters – fun, family time and memories made.

So here I am with another simple toddler or preschooler seasonal craft, a fun craft stick Christmas Tree! I have also collected some fun activities from my fellow bloggers as well. Enjoy!

Craft Stick Christmas Tree Craft for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Craft Stick Christmas Tree

Supplies:

  • Craft sticks in various colors
  • Pom poms in various colors
  • Scizzors
  • Glue
  • Newspaper or packing paper for a mess-free workspace

Steps:

Since we have a ton of packing paper I’ve been using it for activities. I used it on our coffee table to catch all the fun and mess and glue. Less clean up later!

Start with one vertical craft stick. Pick a color any color. Then, pick a few craft sticks, vary the colors or do green, totally up to you (and your child).

This next step is for the adult – cut the craft sticks, one shorter than the last. This is how we’ll make the Chrismas Tree design. Glue the cut up craft sticks horizontally to the vertical stick.

This step is tons of fun for the toddler or preschooler who runs your house. Let the little one glue the pom pom ornaments to the tree. My tot had a blast!

Then, he went all glue-happy gluing the remaining craft sticks to each other and onto the big paper.

Craft Stick Christmas Tree and other Simple Winter Crafts your Toddlers and Preschoolers will Love to do

Check out his silly self with that glue (and that hair!) – he loved this project! And yes, I know, this mama bad needs a manicure haha! Such is mom life.

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And now, the promised roundup of other seasonal crafts. And food. Enjoy!

 

Christmas Holiday Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Here are some super easy and fun paper plate Chrismas crafts! Here is a very simple Christmas tree craft for little hands. Here are a few more easy Christmas toddler crafts.

I quite like sticky tree decorating with playdough ideas. This spatula painted reindeer craft looks super fun too.

This snowy pinecone garland is gorgeous. These fingerprint wreath ornaments are cute.

I love these snowmen craft ideas: coffee filter snowman, bottle cap snowman, shaving cream snowman! Gotta have a toilet paper roll snowman too!

 

Christmas Holiday Treats, for Moms!

This white chocolate peppermint popcorn looks yummy! Here’s a fun graham cracker gingerbread house.

A caramel apple cider is a festive drink for this time of year!

Ooh these peppermint pattie brownies are a great idea.

Of course, don’t forget your holiday cheese tray.

 

 

 

What fun Christmas and winter activities are you doing with your toddlers and preschoolers?

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JuliepicI'm Julie, a new mom who works full time and blogs, all while wishing I had more time to read fun books. I write about being a first time working mom in order to help myself and other working moms in our journeys to find balance between family, responsibilities, and hobbies so we can thrive both at home and at work.
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5 responses to “Craft Stick Christmas Tree and other Simple Winter Crafts your Toddlers and Preschoolers will Love to do

  1. I have a four year old who will be all over this one! Funny how I can never think of these simple crafts on my own, but I’m glad other people think of them and put them on the internet for me to use ?

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