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Christmas crafts for toddlers

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1-Making Christmas Tree

Making Christmas art tree crafts out of tracing hands and cutting them/arranging them was such a fun activity this morning.
This one activity allowed the student to engage in fine motor coordination,bilateral coordination,visual motor cutting skills,tracing,spatial awareness and fun with creativity.


  • Glue and scissors
  • Construction paper(green and yellow)

Christmas art ideas

2-Fine Motor Christmas Tree

 Christmas tree craft with using pins, Fine motor christmas trees.

One of my coworkers put these together for all the therapists to use this week and they are awesome.For higher level students,we had them attach buttons ornaments to a foam tree with push pins.For my lower level students,they just used the pushpins.
Pushpins are a great way to strengthen the tiny muscles in your hand used for daily fine motor tasks such as handwriting,buttoning,snaps,etc…
We also worked on bilateral coordination as their helper hand had to stabilize the tree while the other used the pin.

fine motor christmas tree craft

3-Christmas Tree Painting

 Christmas tree painting with toilet paper rolls


  • Toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls
  • Green paint
  • White paper
  • Glue and scissors

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4-Fork Painted Christmas Tree

Christmas tree art with using plastic forks

Materials needed:

  • Plastic or metal fork
  • Green paint
  • White and brown paper
  • Glue and scissors
  • Ornaments

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5-Handprint Christmas Tree Card

I love the simplicity of handprints,especially this small handprint which is filled with so many little crease marks.To turn the acrylic green handprint into a tree,I added a glittery gold star and a brown painted tree base.Once dry,the tree was mounted onto some natural card stock.
This is a perfect Christmas Card keepsake for loved ones.


  • Glittery gold star
  • Green acrylic paint
  • and white paper

christmas handprint card

6-Natural Christmas Tree

Natural christmas tree craft for toddlers

Christmas tree made from extra material.Best part?Using the material from our last project.I like waste.The kids had out grown their paint smocks,so we found some old men’s dress shirt at the sharing centre,cut the collars off and most of the arm lenght.They wear them backwards and they look adorable and work great! The kids find them super comfortable too.Hope you are having a great week.Only 5 more sleep.

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7-Surgical Glove Christmas Tree

Plastic glove christmas tree craft

Christmas tree


  • Surgical gloves(plastic gloves)
  • Acrylic paint
  • Water
  • A long stick(wooden or plastic)

How to do it:

  • Add some water into the glove.
  • And the gloves are inflated

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  • In a balanced manner, the glove is passed from the wrist to the bar and the wide tare is designed correctly.
  • After the tree is painted.

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  • And hanging from the pipe cleaners ornaments.

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8-Christmas Foil Art

Christmas Foil Art.so many fine motor and other skills for little hands to practice.
1-Draw any Christmas scene-large -on a cardboard.

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2-Trace with a glue gun(make sure it is nice and thick).

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3-Wrap the cardboard with foil and press down so the glue gun bumps are visible.

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4-Colour within the ‘lines’.Drawing the picture larger makes it easier to colour and the effects clearer.
5-Punch a hole to hang it up or write a note on the back to gift it to a loved one.

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Marry Christmas…

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