Christmas display ideas for pre-schoolers

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Christmas display ideas for pre-schoolers
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Christmas is an exciting holiday for kids, especially those at the nursery level or under. Kids feel excited by seeing Christmas decorations and displays in store windows, in the home and in school. Seeing these decorations means the start of the Christmas countdown for them.

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Christmas tree

Probably the most popular Christmas display during the yuletide season is a Christmas tree. Kids enjoy seeing Christmas trees, especially when the tree has gifts under it. A Christmas tree display in the classroom can make the room feel festive, and the students can also learn from it. Cut out the shape of a Christmas tree with green art paper. Cut out shapes with different colours to serve as ornaments for the paper tree. On the ornaments, write some of the lessons that the kids are learning, such as shapes and colours or words and simple math equations.

Twelve Days of Christmas display

"The 12 Days of Christmas" is a popular Christmas song that almost everybody knows. A 12 Days of Christmas display is something that the entire class can make together. Discuss the song with the class and sing it together. Ask the students to bring some art materials, such as coloured paper, pencils, markers, crayons and glue. Let the students choose something to draw from the song, such as a pear tree, turtledoves, French hens, calling birds, and the rest. After the activity, compile all the drawings and glue them together with the lyrics of the song.

Snowman figures

Another good idea for a Christmas display for students is a snowman. Prepare styrofoam balls for the kids. Let them gather some materials that they can use for the eyes, arms, buttons, teeth and nose of the snowmen. Let the kids work individually or in groups. Give the students some time to finish making their snowmen. Afterward, have them display the snowman figures in a corner of the room where they can see each other's work.

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