Welcome to classroom party craft audition TWO! (Go here for audition ONE.)
I'm pretty sure I have the best readers ever (I know every blogger feels that way . . . but I really do!) because you left some amazing comments about the yarn ornaments. I really appreciated your honest feedback and suggestions. Since I'm new . . . and slightly inept . . . to planning crafts for a group of 24 five and six year olds, I REALLY need help!
As I side note, I realize these crafts don't really need step-by-step explanations and directions, but I give them so that you can read what the process is and give me your feedback about whether you think it's too hard, too easy or just right . . . hey, I sound like Goldilocks!
Also, I checked with the teacher and all the kids do celebrate Christmas, so most of these crafts use traditional Christmas symbols.
So . . . just as a recap, I would like to have a couple different craft stations with the following themes:
1) Eat It - something food related for them to decorate/make and eat right there
2) Keep It - a craft for them to keep for themselves or their home
3) Give It - a craft for them to giveaway to a neighbor or friend
I think Eat It will be a cookies decorating station. So I need a Keep It and a Give It craft.
And here's number two:
Christmas Tree Tubes
I like this audition better than the yarn ornaments, but I'm not completely sold on it. Too easy? Too hard?
Weigh in! What do you think?
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