Each section, religious and secular, has 10 questions pertaining to Christmas. For each question answered accurately, students earn a strip that eventually creates a Christmas tree. There are a few options for this craft:
- Print a colored picture of a Christmas tree, cut it into strips and students make and take these home.
- Follow step one above, but laminate and magnetize strips for students to assemble trees on cookie sheets. This option allows you to reuse the craft.
- Go to this site I found on Pinterest to make your trees. Again you can laminate or opt to send projects home.
I opted for option number 3, but I used scrapbooking paper from Walmart instead of construction paper. I made small trees for my younger students and put magnets on the back for use with a cookie sheet. In addition, I created larger trees for older students to assemble on a table.
|Small trees with magnets on cookie sheets |
and larger trees in Ziploc bags.
Grab your list that includes directions, religious and secular questions here!