Looking for a simple craft or activity to do with your kids? These Christmas Tree Preschool Activities are perfect!
With preschool age kids, it’s nice to have a craft that isn’t complicated and is flexible.
This Christmas Tree craft is very versatile. You can use it as a simple craft, or you can laminate the page and use for a playdough mat or a centers based activity.
I’ve also included a black and white version that is more practical for teachers. There’s so many possibilities!
Let’s get started!
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The Colorful Christmas Tree – A Fun Preschool Activity
The colorful Christmas Tree is perfect for keeping our preschool holiday craft simple. Supply your young artists with lots of options for decorating their tree.
Items like ribbon, string, pom poms, buttons, cereal, candy, etc. are perfect for gluing onto the tree.
I love reusing the same page for different purposes. Here’s a few ideas:
Play Dough Mat – Laminate the page and use as a playdough mat. Encourage your children to make dough ornaments and decorate the tree with play dough.
Lacing Activity – Print on cardstock and cut out the tree. Punch holes into the Christmas tree and have the children lace a string through the holes. This builds fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Quiet Time Activity – Print on Cardstock and provide items to decorate the tree as a centers play based activity. A few ideas for decorations include: pipe cleaners, buttons, beans, macaroni, string, pom poms, etc. You can provide new items each day to keep the activity fresh and feeling new.
The Black and White Christmas Tree – More Christmas Activities
I created a black and white version for those who might be printing out lots of copies for a classroom. This copy simply needs to be colored before adding the decoration elements like string, buttons, candy, etc.
There are multiple uses for this page as well. Here’s a few Christmas Tree Preschool Activity ideas:
Dry Erase Activity – Laminate this page and allow your child to color it with dry erase markers.
Connect the Dots – Add numbers and dots to the page to create a one of a kind dot to dot page for your child. Bonus, if you add the dots and numbers before you laminate the page, they will be able to do the dot to dot activity again and again.
Painting – Provide different paint choices for your child to paint the tree. You might offer watercolor paints, finger paints, Do-a-Dot paints, washable paint pots, or paint markers.
I hope you’ve discovered some fun Christmas Tree Preschool Activities! If you have additional ideas for using this printable, feel free to share your ideas in the comments section!
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