Handprint Christmas Tree
The elves have been busy at FreeKidsCrafts.com. The team has designed this Handprint Christmas Tree to display all your friends and family for the holidays. Make it even bigger and it can become a whole class project with the teacher as the star at the top.
Did you know that the first decorated Christmas tree was in Riga, Latvia in 1510 while the first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared in Germany in 1531. Source: Christmas Tree Facts – University of Illinois Extension
- Green construction paper
- Poster Board
- Yellow construction paper
- Trace around everyone’s hand on green construction paper, cut out and arrange in a tree form on poster board. If you are doing a whole class project it may take more than on piece of poster board to make a big enough tree.
- Cut out photos in the shape of an ornament and glue to your handprint tree.
- Make a star out of the yellow paper and glue to the top and enjoy the holidays
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