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These holiday crafts take you through the months of February through July! There
are 24 crafts in all. All templates and step by step directions are included.
First, there are 5 great Valentine's Day crafts to make in February. There is a Valentine Groundhog and these are made from different sized hearts. These can be incorporated with Groundhog's Day! There is also a Valentine's Day card to make for their loved ones. These are fun and easy to assemble. Next, is a Valentine Bee with heart wings! There are Valentine Owls made with beaks and feet shaped like hearts!
Last, we LOVE our Valentine Penguins! So fun to assemble these. :)
For Black History Month, there is a Rosa Parks Craft with writing, Ruby Bridges Craft with writing, and Martin Luther King Jr. Craft with writing! A great way to help your students learn about some amazing people in history.
There is also a President's Day Craft with writing featuring Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. Your students will enjoy learning about our Presidents with this craft!
St. Patrick's Day has 2 crafts that are fun to make. There is a St. Patrick's Day Craft with writing (it has a boy and girl with speech bubbles). These make a great bulletin board! The Rainbow craft is a project with writing. Have your students write the rainbow colors like this:
Red as a fire truck! (trace in red)
Orange as a pumpkin! (trace in orange)
and so on...
Our students enjoy coming up with their own ideas!
For Easter, there are 5 great crafts. A Spring Chick Craft (we put a feather on top of her head! :), an Easter egg puzzle, an Easter egg coloring page, a Hatching Easter egg (with baby chick), and a Spring Bunny Craft! Your students will enjoy assembling these crafts. These crafts are a great way for your students to practice their scissor skills. :)
You will also have an Earth Day craft with writing, an Earth Day coloring page with poems, a Mother's Day card, a Mother's Day Craft with Poem, a Father's Day card, a Memorial Day/Veteran's Day craft with Writing, an American Eagle craft and a Fourth of July craft.
Please let me know if you have any questions at all!
I hope you and your students enjoy these crafts!
Thanks so much, Angie Rebello