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I wanted to do a keepsake craft with my grandchildren that I knew my daughter would love. These “hand print” reindeer turned out so cute, that I thought I’d turn them into something teachers could do as well.
The craft is simple, quick and a whole lot of fun.
As you can see by the samples, completed projects make an adorable bulletin board too.
I’ve included several posters to add a bit of pizzazz to your display.
There are a variety of “print & go” patterns to choose from. Pick which is most appropriate for your students.
Younger children can simply do the reindeer craft, while older students can practice their “point of view” writing skills.
Students pretend to be a reindeer, and think of something the animal might say if they could actually talk. This is a lot of fun, which results in some really silly & hilarious chatter.
I've included three, "speech bubble" patterns for you to choose from.
Be sure and check the PREVIEW for examples.
For added fun, play some Christmas music while children work. My students often sing along.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a fun time making special memories.
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