I always love to look out at the blossoms as they bloom during the spring. It is always fun to see the different colors of blossoms and how pretty they are.
I know that we spend a lot of time looking for signs of spring after a long winter.
Today I have a fun fine motor craft for kids with a torn paper spring tree.
I love mixing up what we use for crafts. I have loads of scrapbooking paper left over that I never used and it has been great to have for crafts.
One of my favorite spring books is And Then It’s Spring. I love how it shows the signed below the ground and how you wait for them.
This was a perfect book to read with our craft.
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We always start out with drawing some ideas of what our trees should look like. This helps when figuring out where the paper goes and how big we want our trees to be.
Next, we started on the base of the tree. We all picked out a brown paper we liked. We got to put our trees trunks just how we wanted it.
Then we did the tree. We started with the pink colors we liked. We all had different ideas of what pink we should use. I love that none of us used or did the same thing.
After the pink was out we put a little green around our spring trees.
Then we finished with putting the grass on the ground.
Here is a look at our final product
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Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com