The sights, the sounds, the smells of Christmas are so exciting, especially for kids. In the preschool years, 3 and 4, especially it is a fun time of wonder for parents and kids. They are old enough to understand but not too old to be jaded about the magic of Christmas just yet. This is a great time to enjoy these 30 Fun and Festive preschool Christmas Crafts that 3 & 4 year olds can make that we found!
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Fun Festive Preschool Christmas Crafts 3 & 4 Year Olds Can Make!
A DIY Christmas puzzle keeps kids busy with a holiday theme that adds color and fun to any day of the season.
Handmade Christmas cards dont have to be a thing of the past and a kid crafted one will warm the grinchiest of hearts, try these Kid Made Washi Tape Christmas Card.
Add a little Christmas swag to your fireplace, doorway, or shelves with a Christmas Tree Garland.
Homemade Christmas Gift Bags give the gifts that you and your child give a sweet handmade and personalized touch.
Preschoolers can create their favorite Sesame Street character ornament with a little help from you!
Capture their little hands each year in different handprint crafts like a Handprint Wreath that can welcome your guests inside too.
These fun Egg Carton Jingle Bells are great for fine motor practice as well as learning colors.
This Egg Carton Bell Ornament is upcycling at its finest, is easy for little hands to do, and makes a cute addition to the tree.
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While your child is patiently (or not so patiently) waiting until Santa comes help them put together this Snowman Christmas Countdown to keep them busy and keep track of the days.
Sensory crafts are fun and only add to the festive feeling, give these Jingle Bell Bracelets a try and a shake.
Add some beautiful color to your tree or hanging in the window when your little crafts their own Stained Glass Window Ornament.
Keep hands busy as kids decorate their own tree over and over with a Holiday Felt Board. Besides a tree there are also ideas for making a snowman.
Turn a sweet favorite holiday treat into a cute Candy Cane Reindeer that is decorative and delicious at the same time.
Popsicle sticks are a favorite basic craft supply, who knew they could be used to make something as cute as these Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments .
If you have a child practicing their name these Personalized Star Ornaments for kids are a good way to give them some practice and make a personal ornament for the tree.
I love to set up invitations to play and let little ones imaginations take over. Decorate a Gingerbread Man Art Activity with your child this season.
So many easy to make Preschool Christmas Crafts!
One great craft to put together with your preschooler is Magic Reindeer Food. Created in a cute little package it also gives them something to leave out as a snack for Santas reindeer on Christmas Eve.
Upcycle some wooden spoons into a set of Santa and Rudolph Spoon Puppets. Throw a sheet over a tension rod in the doorway and you have a puppet stand for your play.
These 3D Paper Christmas Trees are great to use as an ornament or can be put on packages to add a festive touch.
Create a Christmas Stocking Ornament and tuck little candies inside for neighbors, classmates, and others.
Pipe cleaners are a must have craft box staple, they are perfect for crafts like this Pipe Cleaner Reindeer craft.
This Yarn String Ball Ornament adds color, texture, and whimsy to your Christmas tree.
How fun is this Light Up Christmas Tree Craft?
Add some warm holiday scent to your tree with Aromatic Ornaments.
Christmas Tree Puffy Paint makes decorating the tree take on new meaning, most little ones love to really have their hands into their work. Add a little peppermint to give this sensory craft another aspect.
Feather and Pipe Cleaner Angels look so sweet flittering about the tree, even sweeter knowing they were crafted by sweet little hands.
A Sweet and easy Snowman Hat Ornament is made from a favorite craft staple- popsicle sticks!
What better way to really dive into the delicious smells of Christmas than this book based Christmas themed Sensory Collage.