Handprint Christmas Wreath Photo frame For Preschool

This Handprint Christmas Wreath Photo frame For Preschool is a great keepsake art project for preschool and kindergarten students... Making a large version and hanging it on a bulletin board would make this activity enjoyable for children to complete in a classroom setting. It's ideal to create this handprint wreath for your home or even just to do with your kids as a Christmas gift. What grandparent or parent wouldn't adore receiving it? 

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Handprint Christmas Wreath Photo frame Keepsake

Super cute and easy! Our adorable handprint Christmas wreath art would be a great addition to your holiday bulletin board or use this when making holiday cards for friends and family! All you need is red and green paper, scissors, paper plate and glue! So simple and so cute!


To create a template, trace your child's hand onto the chipboard. (Trying to stop your kid from moving is the hardest part of the whole thing). Cut out several the hand template in green and red color. Grab a paper plate and photo of the student( Preferably face only). Glue it in the center of the paper plate. 

Next start gluing the handprints, each of them was facing out or in depending on what you feel looks better. Complete it by adding red berries cut out of red cardstock paper. Attach a ribbon to it to use as a hanger.

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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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