If you’re looking for a quick, easy & super-fun little craft for your students to make, I think you’ll enjoy these cool cat ornaments to help wish someone a “Purr-fect” Christmas.
You’ll love the versatility of this activity as there are , which fit a variety of ages, grade levels & abilities.
With 20 cat-themed balls to choose from, there is plenty of variety too!
As always, patterns come in black & white for students, as well as full color, so that teachers can quickly & easily make an example to share.
Besides the pictures, I’ve also included “greeting” ball options, plus a blank version, so that students can draw their own picture, glue on a school photo, or write their own greeting.
1. Keep things super-simple & have students color & cut out a cat ball, then flip it over and add a greeting to make a flat Christmas ornament.
2. Make the ornament a “flip up” and add a greeting or blank ball to the picture ball.
3. An “Ornament Dangler” involves 3 ornaments glued together , with a greeting centered on the back. They look wonderful swirling & twirling from the ceiling.
4 & 5. A three-part 3D ornament or a four-part 3D ornament.
Be sure & check the PREVIEW to see lots of samples.
The last day before our holiday break, I always like to tuck a little something in my students’ back packs as a surprise.
“Paper love” is an inexpensive, but truly thoughtful gift, and this simple flat ornament is really easy to make a class set of. I made 20 in just half an hour.
You could also add their school photo & then laminate.
This packet pairs well with my cat-themed Christmas writing prompt craftivities.
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I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you and yours a “purr-fect” holiday season, brimming with a ton of fun.
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