Looking for some easy and fun Christmas sensory activity for kids? I bet you will love this super adorable pom pom Christmas tree sensory bag, which is a fun and easy Christmas craft activity for handwriting practice ! It's a wonderful fine motor activity for preschool, pre-k and kindergarten kids.
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Sensory learning is easy and fun with this super easy and low-prep Christmas tree sensory bag. All you need is pom-poms, a Ziplock bag, clear hair gel, tape, and a marker. So, grab your materials and get ready to create an activity that is sure to entertain your little ones for hours!
Start by drawing a simple Christmas tree design on your Ziplock bag. Next, add in some clear hair gel and the pom-poms. Once those items are added, zip up the bag and tape it shut – just to make sure there are no leaks! Your sensory bag is ready for your little one’s tiny fingers! Let them push the pom-poms around “decorating” the tree or making fun designs inside the tree. This activity provides fine motor practice along with being fun and engaging for young kiddos.
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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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