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- This is a MONEY SAVING bundle of 3-Dimensional Holiday Ornament Sets to color and assemble. Students will enjoy making their own Christmas ornaments, as well as Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Las Posadas decorations. Use as a fun December activity for your STEM or STEAM classroom. Plus, the variety of desig$6.40$8.00Save $1.60
A collection of 3-Dimensional Holiday Ornaments to color and assemble. Students will enjoy making their own Christmas ornaments and holiday decorations. This makes a fun December activity for your STEM or STEAM classroom. Teacher tips, supply lists, and detailed instructions are contained within the resource.
Five different styles of ornaments are included, ranging from medium-difficulty assembly to more challenging assembly. The traditional 3-Dimensional Nets have been adjusted to include tabs for hanging the ornaments.
IMPORTANT: This resource is designed for upper elementary to high school aged students. If you are wanting a similar activity designed for younger students, my beginner-level Holiday Ornament Set will fit your needs.
◆ Teacher information and tips
◆ List of patterns
◆ Step-by-step instruction pages for each style of ornament
◆ Set of 25 patterns to print (listed below)
Shape 1 = Triangular Bipyramid Style
Includes the following designs: Vertical Pattern, Zigzags, Horizontal Pattern, Stained Glass 1, and Stained Glass 2
Shape 2 = Octahedron Style
Includes the following designs: Vertical Stripes, Zigzags, Zebra Stripes, Stained Glass 1, and Stained Glass 2
Shape 3 = Twelve-Faced Hedron Style
Includes the following designs: Horizontal Pattern, Horizontal Zigzags, Vertical Zigzags, Stained Glass 1, and Stained Glass 2
Shape 4 = Pentagonal Prism Style
Includes the following designs: Pentagon Pattern, Stained Glass, Star Pattern 1, Star Pattern 2, and “Joy” Design
Shape 5 = Hexagonal Prism Style
Includes the following designs: Hexagon Pattern, Stained Glass, Snowflake Pattern 1, Snowflake Pattern 2, and “Peace” Design
NOTE: All the patterns are black and white. The colored versions in the images and preview are shown to give examples of finished ornaments.
Cardstock Paper (regular paper does not create a good 3-D shape)
Colored Pencils, Markers, or Crayons
String or Yarn (used to create the hanger)
Tape (liquid glue and glue sticks do not give satisfactory results)
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