Plastic shops, my downfall! Am I the only one? I found these super adorable trays at the plastic shop and just had to use it!Hence this fun Christmas trees activity for fine motor skills development and colour sorting, perfect for Christmas time and to use the trays!
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Of course you could use any type of tray, or even a egg carton(with a flat lid) will work! Here is a similar one you could get from Amazon.
These Christmas trees will eventually be added to the quiet book collection I’m busy with. Have you see these pages?
Right, so how was it made?
Firstly, I cut tree identical trees out of green FELT:
It fit perfectly in the one side of the tray:
I cut small rectangular blocks in blue, red and green. Added blue, red and green POMPOMS of different sizes to the tray, together with a tweezer.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Christmas Tree Counting Fine Motor Activity // Sugar Aunts
Fine Motor and Color Sorting Christmas Trees // Teach Me Mommy
Christmas I Spy Bottle // The Pleasantest Thing
Christmas Tree Counting Number Cards // Modern Preschool
Christmas Playdough Kit // Study At Home Mama
Reusable Pom Pom Christmas Tree Busy Bag // Powerful Mothering
Free Printable Christmas Games // Life Over Cs
Free Gingerbread CVC Game // The Kindergarten Connection
DIY Christmas Tic Tac Toe // Adventures of Adam
Free Christmas Number Clip Cards // Fairy Poppins
Free Christmas Themed Prewriting Practice Cards // Stay At Home Educator
Felt Christmas Tree Number Match Up // Frogs Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Christmas Stocking Matching Activity // Play & Learn Everyday
Free Printable Holiday Word Clouds // Lalymom
Christmas Addition to 15 // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Free Christmas Counting Cards // Playdough to Plato
Christmas Stamp Patterns // Still Playing School
Christmas Tree Decorating Felt Busy Bag // Coffee Cups and Crayons
member to visit the following blogs to see their Christmas Themed activities!