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Help your Children decorate for fall with this easy craft. 1- Cut lunch bag into half inch strips. Start at the opening and cut half way down the bag. 2- Open bag and stand it up. 3- Hold base of bag with one hand and twist the middle of bag to create the trunk of the tree.
5- Twist two of the bag strips together to create branches. 7- Rip strips of colored paper into tiny pieces and glue them all over the branches of the tree. I’d like to use your picture to place in a lesson plan. I work for a before and after school daycare in Missouri called Kid’s Country. The picture and details will be in my curriculum plan for 2012-2013. I’ve been wanting to make one of these for a while.
Write words on leaves to describe the trunk, the leaves, or just the tree itself. We could even do different sized ones with different coloured leaves and create a fairy forrest. The kindergarteners had a really hard time with them but the 2nd grade loved them and really got into it. As a home project any age could do it with help.
I am thinking of making a felt or fabric version of your wonderful tree for my table top puppet of Waldorf Seasons Nature tableinspiring! I am thinking of making a felt or fabric version of your wonderful tree for my table top fairy tale puppet theater or Waldorf Seasons Nature tableinspiring! I think I’m going to try to make it. I made the trees with my sons yesterday. What a great idea, I love it and will do it at school with my kids.