Christmas Tree Pom Pom Sticky Wall Craft
Can you believe Christmas is only a couple days away?
As I am writing this, it blows my mind how close it is!
Here’s a simple and fun activity using craft sticks and pom poms that will work amazingly well for toddlers, preschool, kindergarten and for kids!
I’ll share with you how I made it and the supplies I used as well!
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And… that’s all! 🙂
How to make a sticky mural for toddlers
All you’ll need is some self adhesive tape making sure the sticky side is facing you.
You can tape it to the wall and your all set to start sticking things on there.
I laid this particular Christmas Tree Sticky wall activity on the table but it would have worked really well attached to the wall with some sticky tape!
In fact, I think next time we will definitely try it out like that!
Wall Activities for Preschoolers
Preschoolers also enjoy sticking items to the wall.
Turn it educational by having them add different colors or numbers of pom poms so they learn as they play!
For example, before taping your sticky contact paper to the wall, write a color name to it so that way your little one knows to add toys or items that are red and so on!
This is a wonderful approach at learning about colors and gets them to apply some gross motor activities involved.
How I set up this Christmas Tree Sticky Activity for Kids
I cut out small squares of the contact paper.
Then, I removed the sticky paper and laid out the sticky side face up on a table.
I added 3 green craft sticks to create a triangular shape onto the sticky contact paper.
Cut around each of the edges making sure the corners aren’t cut.
This is so you can fold them in, so the tape is secured.
And, that’s really all there is to it!
Add your pom poms and you’ve created a fun and simple activity for the littles!
If you’d like to take it a step further, I made a couple small trees to create an even bigger one as you see in the video!
This is a great toddler, preschool and kindergarten activity that will have your little one gaining some benefits:
Fine Motor Skills
Pincer Grasp Skills
Gross Motor Skills
And much more!
Christmas Sticky Wall Art for Kids
As mentioned above, you can add this to the wall for some gross motor play.
You can also add them to the tree as a Christmas art memory. 🙂
What other fun ways can you think of using these?