- Red pom poms
- jingle bells (I found them at the dollar store)
- Green construction paper
Cut a hole in the center of the paper plate to form a wreath shape. Cut out desired amount of holly leaves using a free printable template or you can cut the leaves free form. Older children can cut out their own leaves. For younger children, pour the white glue onto a paper plate and have them dip their fingers into the glue to add the leaves. It allows them to be more involved and adds a sensory element to the experience. Older children can use the bottle of glue to attach the leaves. Either have your child dip the pom poms and bells into the glue (or use the bottle of glue) to add decorative touches with the pom poms and bells.
Now it is your turn. Please add as many direct links as you like to your arts, crafts and play posts (rather than your homepage, so that everyone can find your creative ideas later). It would be great if you would add the Artsy Play Wednesday button or a text link to your linked posts so that your readers can come over and join in the fun. Feel free to pin any posts you enjoy or just pin Artsy Play Wednesday so that you can come back and try several of the ideas when you have more time. As always, your comments are welcome. It is time to inspire and be inspired. Enjoy.