Recycled wrapping paper and artwork make for great supplies for thank you cards. The shapes that you can collage them into are endless and can be used for a wide range of occasions. We used scrap pieces of Christmas wrapping paper and artwork to make thank you cards post Christmas…

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Ever wonder what you can do with those extra bits of wrapping paper left over from gift wrapping? Wonder no more! This recycled wrapping paper Christmas card idea is card worthy for anyone! You might even want to get right in there and make some yourself! Supplies: Wrapping paper Glue…

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Handprint Christmas Trees are on the messier end of the spectrum, but the results or this process art craft are so cute. This was also a craft that was done over two days to allow for drying time. You can use as little or as many supplies as well to…

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This activity can be done with many colours and several ways. This doesn’t need to be solely a Christmas themed activity as seen in my photos. In this post, I show a simpler toddler version, aimed more at fine motor skill development, and a pre-schooler version with numeracy involved. Keep…

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The shape of a Christmas tree makes it really easy to incorporate counting and numeracy activities. This Christmas Tree Counting activity is one that can be done year after year and you can increase or decrease the level of difficulty as needed. You could even incorporate addition and subtraction for…

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