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Christmas-Decorations

Crafts and activities that will have you decking the halls…and every corner of your daycare too!

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This theme is a collection of our favourite Christmas decoration ideas. We are sure you will enjoy decorating your daycare with these in the weeks leading up to Christmas!

 

CIRCLE TIMEPicture-game-Christmas Decorations

 

Animated discussion-Christmas decorations

(Open picture game-Christmas-Decorations) Print and laminate the pictures in the format you prefer. Use them to name and discuss different types of Christmas decorations with your group.

 

Surprise box

Before children arrive, fill a box with Christmas-colored ribbon, string, balloons, party horns, and pennants. Seal the box with heavy tape and use a green or red glitter marker to draw question marks all over the box along with candy canes and Christmas trees. To introduce your theme, ask an accomplice to deliver the box during circle time by knocking on your daycare door or ringing your home doorbell. Collect your special delivery with your group and encourage children to guess what is inside. After a while, open the box so they can discover the surprise. Have them use the contents of the box to create a garland and hang it within your daycare.

 

Thematic poster-Christmas-DecorationsThematic poster-Christmas Decorations

(Open thematic poster-Christmas-Decorations) Print, laminate, and display within your daycare.

 

Educa-theme-Christmas-Decorations

(Open educa-theme-Christmas-Decorations) Print and laminate the letters and illustrations that represent the theme. They can be used to present the theme to children (and their parents) while decorating an area within your daycare.

 

Educa-decorate-Christmas-Decorations

(Open educa-decorate-Christmas-Decorations) Print, laminate, and cut out. Use the illustrations to decorate the walls of your daycare and set the mood for the theme.

 

Stickers-Christmas-Decorations

(Open stickers-Christmas-Decorations) Print the illustrations on adhesive paper and use them to create original stickers.

 

Pennants-Christmas-DecorationsEduca-decorate-Christmas Decorations

(Open pennants-Christmas-Decorations) Print and let children cut out the pennants. Hang them within your daycare.

 

Models-Christmas-Decorations

(Open models-Christmas-Decorations) Print and let children decorate the items so they can use them to create a garland. Hang the garland within your daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Christmas circle time

Use adhesive paper to stick Christmas illustrations on the floor, forming a circle to delimit your circle time area. Before children arrive, you may also use pictures to create a path from your greeting area to your circle time area.

 

Christmas mural

Use green electrical tape to draw a Christmas tree outline on a wall. At your local dollar store, purchase several Christmas Fun Foam shapes. Let children decorate the tree with the shapes. They can use adhesive putty to press them all over the tree. You can remove the shapes at the end of each day. Children will love decorating and redecorating the mural during periods of free play or as they wait for their peers to arrive in the morning.

 

Christmas treeDoor decorations-Christmas

Give each child a pine tree branch and have them decorate an empty metal can. They can fill their can with sand so their branch can be inserted and remain upright. If you prefer, use a larger branch and a bucket to turn this into a group project. Children can paint their branch and sprinkle it with glitter before it dries. They will love hanging the many Christmas decorations they will create throughout the theme in their Christmas tree.

 

Christmas string

(Open Christmas string) Cut out the models. Deposit them on folded pieces of paper and cut them out, avoiding the edges. When you unfold your sheet of paper, the shapes will form a decorative chain.

 

Christmas door decorations

(Open door decorations-Christmas) Print, cut out, and laminate. Use the items to decorate your daycare doors.

 

PICTURE GAME

 

The pictures may be used as a memory game or to spark a conversation with the group. Use them to decorate the daycare or a specific thematic corner. (Open picture game-Christmas-Decorations) Print, laminate, and store in a “Ziploc” bag or in your thematic bins.

Word flashcards-Christmas Decorations

 

LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES

 

Word flashcards

Use the flashcards to spark a conversation with your group, in your reading and writing corner, or to identify your thematic bins. (Open word flashcards-Christmas-Decorations) (Open giant word flashcards-Christmas-Decorations) Christmas, decorations, craft, green, garland, light, Christmas tree, glitter, streamers, balloons, wreath, ornament

 

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES-THEMATIC LETTER-CHRISTMAS-DECORATIONS

 

We have prepared a series of thematic letters that you can print and use as you wish. Place a letter in your mailbox and once children discover it, read it to them and enjoy the suggested activities.

 

Puppets-Jingle the decorating elfPuppets-Jingle the decorating lf

(Open puppets-Jingle the decorating elf) Print the puppet and use it to read the thematic letters to your group.

 

Mailbox-Christmas-Decorations

Set up a special Christmas mailbox area. Every morning, invite children to check the mailbox to see if Jingle the decorating elf left a message for them. (Open poster-Mailbox-Christmas-Decorations) Print and display to decorate your Christmas mailbox area. Use the mailbox for the delivery of Jingle’s letters.

 

Mailbox ideas:

  • Purchase the mailbox available on the educatall.com online store and decorate it for Christmas.
  • Use a cardboard box (shoebox, cereal box, etc.) and transform it to make it look like a mailbox. Decorate it for Christmas.
  • Recycle an empty metal or plastic coffee can and transform it to represent your Christmas mailbox.
  • Hang a gift bag on a hook or door handle. Identify it so people know it’s your Christmas mailbox. 

Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 1Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations Activity-1

(Open thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 1) Print the letter and make sure children find it during circle time. Read the letter to present the daily activity.

 

Hello friends,

My name is Jingle. Many call me the decorating elf, since my job is to create special Christmas decorations. I have surprises and activities in store for you this week. Every day, (early childhood educator’s name) will read a letter that will lead you to a fun activity that will help you prepare for your Christmas party. Today, I would like you to decorate your daycare. I left a box filled with surprises. Use the contents of the box to decorate. I can’t wait to see your decorated daycare tomorrow!

Jingle the decorating elf

 

Memo for the early childhood educator: Before children arrive, fill a box with a variety of arts & crafts materials they can use to decorate your daycare. Include ornaments, lights, stars, balloons, garlands, etc. Have fun hanging elements from the ceiling, hiding them in toy bins, displaying them on walls, etc. Use different printable documents (educa-decorate, educa-theme, etc.) to decorate the cloakroom, the kitchen, the bathroom, the playroom, etc. You will find documents you can use within the theme, but don’t hesitate to check out the many archived Christmas themes for more.

 

Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 2Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations Activity-2

(Open thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 2) Print the letter and make sure children find it during circle time. Read the letter to present the daily activity.

 

Hello again,

Today, with your early childhood educator’s help, you will create a giant decorative mural. Follow your early childhood educator’s instructions closely. She will guide you throughout this very important decorating stage. She will also need your help to install other decorations.

Time to get to work!

Jingle the decorating elf

 

Memo for the early childhood educator: Cut a large white paper banner or use old bed sheets for your mural. Invite children to decorate the banner by gluing metallic confetti or pompoms on it. They can draw on the banner or use paint. When they are done, hang your mural on your daycare’s main wall or near your daycare entrance. Print several decorations (educa-decorate document) and posters and let children help you hang and display them. Add paper or pine garlands and balloons to add even more color to your décor.

 

Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 3Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations Activity-3

(Open thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 3) Print the letter and several coloring pages. Set everything in your mailbox and make sure children check it during circle time. Read the letter to present the daily activity.

 

Good morning my little decorators,

I absolutely love coloring! I left copies of my favorite coloring pages in your mailbox. Gather your best Christmas crayons and markers and have fun coloring these festive drawings. (Early childhood educator’s name) will help you hang your work when you are done. These coloring pages will add even more color to our décor.

Jingle the decorating elf

 

Memo for the early childhood educator: Set up a small Christmas tree or clothesline that you may use to display children’s colored pictures. (Open coloring pages theme-Christmas) Print several coloring pages and help children hang them once they are colored.

 

Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 4Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations Activity-4

(Open thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 4) Before children arrive, print the letter and place it in your mailbox.

 

Hello my decorating trainees,

Today, I need your help to decorate the tablecloths that will be set on tables during your upcoming Christmas party. Your early childhood educator will provide all the details. Be creative and use as many Christmas colors as possible!

See you tomorrow!

Jingle the decorating elf

 

Memo for the early childhood educator: Purchase a few white paper tablecloths or use white paper banners. Provide markers, paint, stamps, and stickers children can use to decorate the tablecloths. Set them aside to dry and use them for your Christmas party.

 

Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 5Thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations Activity-5

(Open thematic letter-Christmas-Decorations-Activity 5) Print the letter and set it in your mailbox along with a small treat for each child.

 

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Today, we will celebrate your decorating efforts! I hope you enjoyed your week. I know I loved spending time in your daycare. Now, it’s time for your Christmas party! Have fun!

Jingle the decorating elf

 

Memo for the early childhood educator: Before children arrive, prepare a selection of Christmas music that you can play and dim the lights. Greet children with red and green glowsticks and invite them to dance. They will love to set their glowsticks next to their mattress at naptime. At lunch time, serve a special buffet and admire the decorations children created during the theme.

 

DAYCARE DECORATIONS

 

Picture framePosters-Christmas room dentification
(Open picture frame-Christmas-Group of 9) Print and add a picture of each child in your group. Laminate and display or give a copy to each child on the day of your Christmas party.

 

Christmas identification cards
(Open identification cards-Christmas) Print. Write the name of each child on an identification card. Use them to identify cubbyholes, personal belongings, etc.

 

Christmas posters
(Open posters-Christmas room identification) Print. This series of posters can be used to identify the various rooms within your daycare during the Christmas season.

 

Circle time suggestion
Transform your circle time area to make it look like a Christmas ornament. Use decorative ribbon or green and red adhesive tape. Invite children to stick Christmas stickers on the floor. Add multicoloured lights. Hang a Christmas garland made of red and green construction paper links prepared by the children. Hang unbreakable Christmas ornaments from the ceiling along with snowflakes and pictures of all kinds which represent Christmas.

 

The Christmas train
Collect boxes of all shapes and sizes. Let children wrap and decorate them. Tie them together with ribbon. Arrange the train around your circle time area. Children can each sit in one of the Christmas train's cars.

 

Christmas tree
Make several decorations with your group. Set a real or artificial Christmas tree in one corner of the daycare. Let children add their decorations to the tree. The Christmas tree lights can remain lit during naptime. Children will love it!

 

Christmas workshops-1

 

Christmas tablecloth
Purchase a paper tablecloth. With your group, cut Christmas illustrations out of magazines and flyers. Glue them on the paper tablecloth. You will have an original tablecloth for your Christmas party. If you prefer, children can draw their own Christmas decorations on the tablecloth.

 

Lit doorway
Add Christmas lights around your doorway. Department stores offer various types of lights. You can even find some shaped like Santa Claus, Christmas trees, or snowmen. Red, green, or multicoloured lights are great too!

 

A special window

If you are lucky enough to have a large window within your daycare, let children paint Christmas designs on the window with poster paint. The activity itself is somewhat messy but the poster paint is easy to wash off afterwards. Variation: A large banner of white paper can easily replace the window.

 

Christmas stained glass
(Open shapes-Christmas) Trace the shapes you wish to use onto cardboard and cut them out. Keep only the contour of the shapes. Glue cellophane paper on the cardboard. Add glitter to the cardboard frame. Display in a window.

 

Arts & crafts area suggestion
Use white paper to cover the walls of your arts & crafts area completely. Let children decorate the area as they wish using materials related to Christmas.

 

Reading corner suggestionChristmas workshops-2
Create a magical Christmas reading corner for your group. Set a large appliance box in the area and make your own Christmas curtains by hanging Christmas-coloured ribbons along the front of the box. Inside, hang multicoloured lights and deposit a few Christmas stuffed animals or puppets. Add a selection of Christmas books which you have previously covered with sparkly wrapping paper.

 

Christmas workshops
(Open Christmas workshops) Print and display the posters to identify your various workshops during the Christmas period.

 

CEILING DECORATIONS

 

Christmas lights
Hang Christmas lights throughout the daycare. Use rope and clothespins to hang them from the ceiling.

 

Christmas ceiling

 

Hang an old bed sheet, a piece of tulle, or a square piece of fabric from the ceiling. Make several holes in the fabric and hang Christmas ornaments and snowflakes.

 

Christmas garlandModels-Christmas Decorations
Cut strips of red, green, and white construction paper. Link them together, alternating colors. Hang the garland within the daycare.

 

Garland
(Christmas garland) Cut out the models. Deposit the models on folded sheets of paper and cut out the shapes (leaving the sides attached). When you unfold the paper, the shapes will form a string.

 

Christmas piñata
Make your own piñata shaped like an ornament, bell, or star. Fill the piñata with Christmas treats. Hang it from the ceiling until the day of your Christmas party.

 

FLOOR DECORATIONS

 

Christmas floor
Cut a large piece of adhesive paper (Mac-Tac). Remove the paper backing and deposit it, sticky side up, on the floor. Visually divide the paper into two equal parts. On one side, add a few tablespoons of green, red, and white poster paint. The quantity depends on the size of your paper. Secure the envelope on the floor with adhesive tape on all sides. Invite children to walk on the envelope to mix the paint. You may choose to lay several paint envelopes on the floor. Be sure to verify that the envelopes remain sealed regularly during the activity.

 

Christmas walk
Print several different Christmas illustrations. Glue them on the floor throughout the daycare to create paths which lead to different areas such as the bathroom, cloakroom, etc.

 

Reindeer tracks
Trace a pair of reindeer tracks onto sponges and cut them out so you have a right and left hoof. Dip these hooves in washable poster paint and print them on the floor, walls, etc.


CLOAKROOM DECORATIONS

 

Christmas cubbyholes
(Open picture frame-Christmas) Print for each child. Use the frames to decorate each child's cubbyhole. You may take a picture of each child dressed up like a Christmas tree or a gift.

 

Candy wreath
Cut a wreath shape out of cardboard. Children paint and decorate their wreath with all kinds of Christmas candy pieces. Display near your daycare entrance.

 

BATHROOM DECORATIONS

 

Christmas bathroomShapes-Christmas
Add tiny Christmas stickers to all your bathroom accessories and furniture (stepping stool, toothbrush holder, changing table, baby wipes, etc.)

 

Crumpled Christmas shapes
(Open shapes-Christmas) Print for each child. Have children tear and crumple red, green, and white tissue paper. They can select a shape and fill it with the crumpled tissue paper. Use the Christmas shapes to decorate your bathroom or another room within the daycare.

 

OUTDOOR DECORATIONS

 

Christmas trees
Bring your trees to life. Transform them to make them look like various Christmas characters or just add Christmas lights.

 

Santa Claus
Make your own giant Santa Claus. Stuff him and set him near your daycare entrance.

 

Magical bottles
Line the walkway leading up to the daycare with soda bottles filled with water and tiny Christmas trinkets (erasers, figurines, ribbon, glitter, food coloring, etc.) If you prefer, you may also fill them with sand and cover them with Christmas decorations.

 

ORNAMENTS

 

Stickers-OrnamentsStickers-Ornaments

(Open stickers-Ornaments) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Ornaments

(Open coloring pages theme-Ornaments) Print for each child.

 

Suncatcher ornament
Cut an ornament shape out of adhesive paper (Mac-Tac). Let children fill the shape with a variety of fun Christmas objects (metallic confetti, glitter, feathers, pieces of tissue paper, etc.) Add another piece of Mac-Tac on top and display in a window.

 

Ornament garland
(Open models-ornaments) Print. Let children decorate the ornaments with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble them to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near the daycare entrance.

 

Christmas ornament mobile
Trace and cut out several different sizes of ornaments. (Open models-ornaments) Decorate the ornaments with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the ornaments back to back on either side of a long ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling.

 

Christmas ornamentsModels-Ornaments
Wrap Styrofoam balls with aluminum paper, metallic paper, or tissue paper. Use paperclips as hooks. Simply insert one end in the Styrofoam balls.


Prickly ornament

Prick several different lengths of colourful pipe cleaners into a Styrofoam ball. Hang the original ornaments from the ceiling or in your Christmas tree!

 

Recycled ornaments
Ask parents to provide old ornaments they no longer use. Give them a shiny, multicoloured look by layering tissue paper and white glue on the ornaments.


Magical ornament

Cut a Styrofoam ball in two. Each child paints and decorates half a Styrofoam ball. Photograph your group standing in front of a homemade decor. You can, for example, hang a large piece of wrapping paper on the wall or have them stand in front of your Christmas tree. Glue a picture on each child's half Styrofoam ball. If you wish, you may varnish the ornament. Attach a pipe cleaner and children can hang their ornament in their Christmas tree.

 

Multicoloured ornamentStickers-Christmas stockings
Provide a variety of Christmas napkins. Have children tear and cut them into tiny pieces. Children then apply white glue to a Styrofoam ball before covering it with the napkin pieces.

 

CHRISTMAS STOCKING DECORATIONS

 

Stickers-Christmas stockings

(Open stickers-Christmas stockings) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Christmas stockings

(Open coloring pages theme-Christmas stockings) Print for each child.

 

Christmas stocking garland
(Open models-Christmas stockings) Print. Let children decorate the Christmas stockings with glitter, paint, or other materials. Cut them out and assemble them to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Christmas stocking mobile
Trace and cut out various sizes of Christmas stockings. (Open models-Christmas stockings) Children decorate them with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue them back to back on either side of a long ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling.

 

SANTA CLAUS DECORATIONSStickers-Santa Claus

 

Stickers-Santa Claus

(Open stickers-Santa Claus) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Santa Claus

(Open coloring pages theme-Santa Claus) Print for each child.

 

Santa garland
(Open models-Santa Claus) Print and let children decorate the characters with glitter, paint, and various materials. Cut them out and assemble them to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Santa mobile
(Open models-Santa Claus) Trace and cut out various sizes of the model. Decorate the characters with glitter, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue them back to back on either side of a ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling.

 

My miniature Santa Claus
(Open miniature Santa Claus) Print, cut out, and color the pieces. Glue them on an empty toilet paper roll to create a miniature Santa Claus. Hang from the ceiling or in your Christmas tree.

 

Santa Claus plateCraft-Santa
(Open craft-Santa face) Print for each child. Have children paint a paper plate using red poster paint. Have them cut out the eyes, nose, mouth, and beard. Help them glue them on the plate. Decorate with cotton balls. Sprinkle glitter over the cotton balls. Next, ask children to cut out the hat and color it red. Staple it to the plate.

 

Santa Claus clock
(Open craft-Santa clock) Print and cut out the various pieces. Give each child a paper plate and help them glue the numbers around the contour of the plate, like on a clock. Make sure they place "12" at the top and "6" at the bottom. Cut out the two hands. Make a small hole in the center of the plate and secure the hands with a fastener. Glue the remaining pieces on the plate so it looks like Santa. The plate represents Santa's belly.

 

Santa Claus
Tear, crumple, and glue red, black, and white tissue paper on the character. (Open craft-Santa) Add cotton balls on the beard. Assemble with fasteners or string.

 

My Santa
Ask children to cut a triangle out of construction paper to represent Santa's hat. Glue cotton balls along the bottom of the hat. Glue the triangle on the top of a paper plate. Draw Santa's face and glue cotton balls to the bottom of the plate to represent Santa's beard. Hang from the ceiling.

 

ELF DECORATIONSColoring pages theme-Elves

 

Stickers-Elves

(Open stickers-Elves) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Elves

(Open coloring pages theme-Elves) Print for each child.

 

My miniature elf
(Open miniature elf) Print, cut out, and color the pieces. Glue them on an empty toilet paper roll to create your elf. Hang from the ceiling or in your Christmas tree.

 

Elf garland
(Open models-Elf) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance. 

 

Elf mobile
(Open models-Elf) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the elves with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the elves back to back on either side of a ribbon or string.

 

CANDY CANE DECORATIONS

 

Stickers-Candy canesStickers-Candy canes

(Open stickers-Candy canes) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Candy canes

(Open coloring pages theme-Candy canes) Print for each child.

 

Candy cane garland
(Open models-candy cane) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Candy cane mobile
(Open models-candy cane) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the candy canes with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the candy canes back to back on either side of a ribbon or string.

 

Candy cane

Trace a candy cane shape on construction paper and cut it out. Fill the shape with red and white pieces of crumpled tissue paper. 

 

CHRISTMAS LIGHT DECORATIONS

 

Christmas light garland
(Open models-Christmas lights) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

REINDEER DECORATIONSStickers-Reindeer

 

Stickers-Reindeer

(Open stickers-Reindeer) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Reindeer

(Open coloring pages theme-Reindeer) Print for each child.

 

Reindeer garland
(Open models-reindeer) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Reindeer mobile
(Open models-reindeer) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the reindeer with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the reindeer back to back on either side of a ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling. 

 

GIFT DECORATIONSStickers-Gifts

 

Stickers-Gifts

(Open stickers-Gifts) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Gifts

(Open coloring pages theme-Gifts) Print for each child.

 

Gift garland
(Open models-gifts) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Gift mobile
(Open models-gifts) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the gifts with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the gifts back to back on either side of a ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling. 

 

CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS

 

Stickers-Christmas treesStickers-Christmas trees

(Open stickers-Christmas trees) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Christmas trees

(Open coloring pages theme-O Christmas tree) Print for each child.

 

Christmas tree garland
(Open models-Christmas tree) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Christmas tree mobile
(Open models-Christmas tree) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the Christmas trees with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the Christmas trees back to back on either side of a ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling.

 

My tiny Christmas tree
Roll a sheet of green construction paper to form a cone. Let children decorate their Christmas tree with ribbon, candy, glitter, etc. Deposit children's Christmas trees on a desk, on top of their cubbyholes, or near your daycare entrance.

 

Christmas tree collection
Trace the outline of a Christmas tree on a large piece of cardboard. Provide several catalogues and store flyers children can tear pages out of. Let them crumple the paper and fill the Christmas tree shape with the paper balls.

 

Pine tree scent
(Open models-Christmas tree) Print and trace the model on green construction paper and cut it out. Apply white glue liberally and add pine needles. Decorate. If you wish, you may also add sparkles.

 

BELL DECORATIONS

 

Stickers-BellsStickers-Bells

(Open stickers-Bells) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Bells

(Open coloring pages theme-Bells) Print for each child.

 

Bell garland
(Open models-Bell) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Bell mobile
(Open models-Bells) Trace and cut out different sizes of the model. Decorate the bells with glitter, lace, ribbon, cotton balls, confetti, etc. Glue the bells back to back on either side of a ribbon or string. Hang from the ceiling.

 

Christmas bell
Wrap an individual coffee creamer container with aluminum foil. Make a hole in the center and add a pipe cleaner. The pipe cleaner should exceed the top of the container. Inside the container, twist it to create a hook and thread a tiny spherical bell on the end. Secure by twisting the pipe cleaner. Hang your Christmas bell in your tree.

 

WREATH DECORATIONSStickers-Wreaths

 

Stickers-Wreaths

(Open stickers-Wreaths) Print on adhesive paper and cut out the shapes. Use them to create original stickers.

 

Coloring pages-Wreaths

(Open coloring pages theme-Wreaths) Print for each child.

 

Wreath garland
(Open models-Wreath) Print. Let children decorate the shapes with glitter, paint, and other materials. Cut them out and assemble to form a garland. Hang it within the daycare or near your daycare entrance.

 

Candy wreath
Purchase a green garland. Use it to create a wreath which can be hung on your door. Use tiny pieces of double-sided adhesive tape (or hot glue) to add a large quantity of candy pieces, candy canes, ornaments, etc.

 

Wreath
Cut the center out of a paper plate, keeping only the contour. Decorate and add a bow and ribbon so you can hang your wreath.

 

Have fun!

The Educatall team

 

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