Day 3 of Christmas Fun!

Welcome back for another day of Christmas fun!
Today is all about making a Christmas tree Christmas card! 
These are lots of fun to make, they look great, they go down well with families of the children whom they go home to plus it's great for getting your students to practice their fine motor skills! 


Continue to read below to find out how you can make these Christmas cards!

What you need
Red card
Variety of sizes/colors(colours) of buttons
Green card
Silver glitter foam
Star button
Scissors
Glue

Instructions
  • Fold your red card in half (as shown above)
  • Cut out a big green triangle (make sure it fits on the front of your card!)
  • Cut out a base from your silver glitter foam and glue beneath your tree
  • Use glue around the edges of your tree and through it in zig zag movements, place buttons onto each part of the glue - see above.
  • Place a small star button on top of the tree with glue.
When making cards, don't forget to make some nice card inserts for the children to sign to send home! Be sure to tag me on instagram @teachingautism if you get to make any of the crafts or cooking I share throughout December! :)

Nikki 


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