Today I’m sharing a round up of Christmas crafts for first, second, and third graders. You just might find that your younger and older kids will enjoy these as well — but they seemed perfect for the early elementary set. I pulled together some posts that were linked up in the past two weeks. And I’ll probably add future projects that are shared in the coming weeks. (So it’s not too late to link up yours!)
I hope you find some great ornaments and projects that your children or students will enjoy!
This is a fabulous snowflake tutorial from Waddleeahchaa. No more disappointing flakes when you open up the paper.
I’m crazy about these potato print cards from Mollymoo!
Save an egg carton so your child can make this Egg Carton Christmas Tree Craft from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
You’ll find a great tutorial for these adorable papier mache snowmen over at Mollymoo.
These gorgeous holiday luminaries from Education Possible would make a great gift!
You won’t believe how easy it is to make these window clings from Green Owl Art.
Check out these cinnamon Christmas tree ornaments from Golden Reflections.
These CD Snowmen from Happy Hooligans would look so pretty on a tree or hanging from the ceiling in a classroom.
Aren’t these white clay ornaments breathtaking? Learn how to make them at Sun Hats & Wellie Boots.
Here’s another gorgeous CD ornament from Happy Hooligans.
Mollymoo has done it again with this tutorial for how to make your own snow globe.
If your child is giving one of these projects as a gift, let him make his own pine cone print wrapping paper from Homegrown Friends.
And after your kids have created their Christmas masterpieces, check out this post from KC Edventures to learn ways to use kids’ artwork to decorate during the holidays!
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