Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Crafts: T is for Tree



Preschool Crafts - Letter T

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While we are crafting our way through the alphabet, we made trees for the letter T. My 4-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter were very excited about picking the colors of the background, leaves, and 'fruit.'
Materials 
Steps 

1. Gather all the materials.

Preschool Crafts - Materials for Letter T Craft

2. Trace and cut out your letter T and tree top.  If your children are proficient with scissors, have them help you.

3.  Glue on the tree top.  (We glued on the letter T first but the letter ended up lost under the tree top so I recommend this step first.)


Making a Tree from the letter T


 4. Glue on the letter T.

Gluing on the letter T

5.  Glue on the pom-poms (to represent leaves and fruit) and if you have any other leaves cut out.  I had some leaf scrapbook paper left over from another project which was perfect for this one.

Gluing on tree onto the letter T

6. Allow to dry and then display.

Preschool Crafts - completed Letter T craft




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2 comments:

  1. simple crafts are sometimes the best eh?

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    1. Definitely! (Also means I don't need a lot of materials.)

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