It is almost Christmas time!
It is time for Santa to start loading his sleigh and getting ready to put presents under our trees! Today we have another craft video led by one of our Occupational Therapists teaching you how to make a Christmas tree ornament. This is a great craft to hang on your christmas tree, or to gift to family members. However, it is not just lots of fun to make, but it also works on fine motor skill development. Scroll to the bottom to watch the video.
Project Play Therapy would like to wish all those who celebrate a very Merry Christmas!
- Bilateral coordination
- Pincer grasp
- Fine motor strength
- Scissor skills
- Fine motor skills
- Motor planning
- Green foam paper or construction paper
- Hole punch
- Pom poms or markers to decorate
- Gather all your materials.
- Draw three triangles on your green paper. Make sure they are different sizes.
- Draw a rectangle on your brown paper.
- Cut out your shapes. Practice cutting on the line and keeping your elbow close to your body.
- Snip the bottoms of each triangle.
- Punch a hole in the top of the smallest triangle.
- Glue shapes together to make a tree.
- Glue pom poms onto tree.
- Tie yarn onto top.
- Hang your ornament on your tree!
One reason we love this craft is because it is great for all ages and skill levels. Whether your child can complete each step by themselves, or they can snip tree branches and decorate it, it will surely be a beautiful Christmas tree!
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