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Christmas Tree Craft using Jingle Bell for Preschool



It’s a fact that kids love marble painting! Christmas Tree Craft using Jingle Bell for Preschool is super fun! I used a Christmas bell ornament to make this super cute marbled Christmas tree craft. I couldn’t let Christmas go by without making a beautiful Marble Painted Christmas Tree! I added a twist, instead of using marbles, I used a Christmas bell ornament to make this super cute marbled Christmas tree craft. Add this process art project to your Christmas craft to-do list!

I bet you will love this super adorable puffy Christmas tree sensory fork art , which is a fun and easy Christmas craft activity for handwriting practice !  It’s a wonderful fine motor activity for preschool, pre-k and kindergarten kids. 

You can check out these cute DIY Christmas crafts for your preschoolers and kindergartners:

Looking for more 25+Christmas Art and Craft activities? Check out my blog. I love the month of December as it has a special festive feeling. Christmas is the time of the year my students awaits as we have a blast at our Christmas party with these super thrilling Christmas BingoSanta Says ,Would you rather and more Christmas Games!!!

Marble Painted Christmas tree Process art

You’ve heard of marble painting? Here is an awesome way to make marbling Christmas-themed with bells ! Start with a plain piece of white paper. Fold it in half and cut out your Christmas tree design. Then tape your design to the bottom of a plastic container and grab a jingle bell or two. Add a small amount of green paint to the tub along with the bell(s). By rolling the jingle bells back and forth, your tree will get painted while also providing a textured appearance.

Once the tree is painted, students can use other paint colors to add lights or ornaments to their Christmas tree. Complete the activity by gluing your tree template to a background (we suggest black as it makes the tree pop) and then add a tree stump and star to finish off the design. This is an engaging fine motor painting art project for kids. Materials needed: paper, paint, plastic tub, bell(s), tape, and glue. 

Christmas themed Name Crafts are too cute to be missed! Also do not miss my Ginger breadman Literacy and Math Centers. Students will practice early math and literacy skills like number matching, sight word recognition, letter and sound matching, and so much more! Keep reading to check out each individual activity or grab all of them in a bundle Christmas Literacy and Math Centers for Preschool, pre-k and Kindergarten.

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As December begins I get students to make these super cute Christmas Name Hats which is a great craft for name recognition and fine motor skills. December is also  the month to teach kids about Holidays around the world!

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