Friday, December 16, 2011

Yarn Tree Craft Activity

Here is an Easy Christmas Tree for the kids to make. Plus it doesn't require many supplies. You only need some yarn (your choice of color{s}) and a scissors to get started. Add in paper or card stock and some glue and you're all set to craft!


  • Cut several different sizes of yarn.  The longest piece of yarn has to be shorter than the width of the paper or card stock.
  • Put the yarn pieces in order from smallest to largest.
  • Place and glue the yarn on the paper or card stock (horizontally) with the shortest piece on top and longest piece on the bottom.
  • Cut one or more small pieces of yard for the stem. Turn it vertically and glue it at the base of the tree!

If you're looking for a curriculum tie in, here are a few.
  • Math - Review vocabulary: smallest, largest, horizontal, vertical
  • Science - Parts of a tree: stem, branches, leaves, trunk, roots
  • Language Arts - Read some cool fiction or non-fiction books about trees.

To view a Ribbon Tree, Click here.
To view a Rickrack Tree, Click here.

Happy Holidays!


  1. Very cute! Believe it or not, i've not seen this craft before =-) Now why didn't I think of that - I have a huge box full of yarn!! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Merry Christmas,
    Beth =-)

  2. I love this so much, super cute!


  3. What a great way to tie in math and science!

    I would love for you share this post to my Christmas Traditions link up in the Recipe section! It starts today!

  4. Love it! I've been enjoying all your craft posts this holiday season!

    Stopped by from Link & Learn

  5. Thanks Jenny. Your pictures of your son on your blog are so adorable! Looks like he's having lots of fun with his crafts. Merry Christmas!
    Marcia :)

  6. So cute! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  7. This is a such a super cute idea! Love it! I found you fab blog through the Sunday Showcase. x



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