Reindeer Handprint Name Puzzle craft is the perfect name-recognition and problem-solving activity for preschool and kindergarten students. Start the holiday season off with this adorable popsicle sticks reindeer handprint craft. This makes and absolute adorable Christmas keepsake which can be sent home with students.Grab some popsicle sticks, some paint, glue, and craft supplies, and get started now!
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This craft is the perfect name-recognition and problem-solving activity for preschool and kindergarten students. Grab some craft sticks, tape, paint, a red pom-pom, and markers to get started today!
Line up your craft sticks and tape them together on one side. Paint your student’s hand to make a reindeer on the sticks. Use markers to draw antlers, eyes, and a mouth. Paste on a red pom-pom to add as your reindeer's nose. Add your student’s name to the bottom of the sticks below the reindeer. Once dry, let your students try to put their very own Christmas reindeer handprint puzzle together! This activity makes a great holiday name-recognition activity for preschool and kindergarten students.
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