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These elf paper crafts are easy to prepare and create with preschoolers. Toilet paper crafts, paper plate crafts, and more for the holidays!
Add these paper crafts to your preschool Christmas activities. They’re the perfect addition to your elf activities for preschoolers.
Little ones will love creating one or more of these fun elf crafts, and you’ll love the opportunity for strengthening scissor skills and fine motor skills while they get creative.
These paper crafts are great for both toddlers and preschoolers. If you’re completing these crafts with toddlers, you can precut the paper shapes for your little ones. Older preschoolers can do it themselves to strengthen fine motor muscles.
Elf Paper Crafts
You’ll be able to prepare your preschool space with just a few simple craft supplies. You’ve probably got most of them on hand already. Gather construction paper, paper plates, toilet paper rolls, glue sticks, googly eyes, and other crafty odds and ends. And, you’re all set…
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT Christmas
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Christmas. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Bear Stays Up for Christmas – Bear’s friends are determined to keep Bear awake for Christmas! So they wake Bear up and have him help them find a Christmas tree, bake cakes, hang up stockings, and sing Christmas songs. Bear stays up—by discovering that giving is one of the best Christmas presents of all!
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever – Meet the Herdmans—they lie, cheat, and love to give clonks on the head. They are, without a doubt, the worst kids in the history of the world. So no one is prepared when this outlaw family invades church one Sunday and decides to take over the annual Christmas pageant.
Christmas in the Big Woods – Christmas has come to the Big Woods of Wisconsin! Laura and her family are excited to celebrate. When Laura’s cousins, aunt, and uncle arrive, they spend their time together eating sweets, playing in the snow, and reading. Their holiday celebrations are full of simple joys.