We made paper plate Christmas wreaths in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on December 4, 2010

in Christmas, Creative Art, Holiday Ideas

The kindergarten class has been busy making all kinds of fun holiday goodies to decorate their room and when I stopped by today, I was able to catch them making these pretty paper plate wreaths.

They cut out the center of a paper plate then added lot’s of green tissue paper and a touch of red…

I noticed that most of the children used the end of an unsharpened pencil to shape their tissue paper squares first…

Then they pressed the tissue paper squares onto a dab of glue on their paper plate…

Some of the children worked very fast and finished their wreaths quite quickly – other children worked very slowly and meticulously.

And some children chose to use dark green tissue paper while others went with the light green. All the wreaths turned out wonderful!

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