Christmas Tree Project

“O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!”

This is an awesome project to share with your kiddos! It’s got great textures and unusual material they will have fun with!


  • Christmas Tree Template
  • Green Construction Paper
  • Brown Construction Paper
  • Stickers
  • Noodles/Pasta
  • Beads
  • Small Pom Poms


  1. Print the Christmas Tree Template. Color the template or trace the shape onto construction paper.
  2. Cut out the pieces.
  3. Glue the brown trunk to the tree
  4. Have your child decorate the tree
  5. What is a tree without a star? Glue the star to the top.
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Suggested project uses

This project can be used in the following ways:

  • I used this as a counting activity for the little tots (3 and younger). I told them specific numbers for each material and had them count up to it. They loved it!
  • Christmas Tree Sun Catcher– Trace the template onto a piece of wax paper. Paint the whole tree with glue. Using different colored tissue paper, have you child decorate their tree. Spread glue on a second piece of wax paper and set on top of the tissue paper. Cut out the tree shape. Display in a window. (The neat thing about this project is when the light is on in the room at night, people can still see the decoration and all its color outside!)
  • Whatever you use this project for, remember to proudly display your child’s masterpiece!

Discussion suggestions:

Here is a list of things you can talk about while doing this project with your child:

  • Family traditions with Christmas Trees
  • What kind of tree are Christmas Trees?
  • Why does your family have a Christmas tree during the holidays?
  • Counting


While working on this project, your child will be practicing the following skills:

  • Fine motor 
  • Eye-Hand Coordination 
  • Imagination and Creation
  • Color recognition
  • Counting
  • Holidays