Construction paper: redorange, yellow, green, brown
Cork bulletin board or poster board
Glue stick or thumbtacks
Paint for border of bulletin boardoptional
White paper to cover corkoptional
This first step is optional. I painted the border of my bulletin board with brown paint and covered the cork with white paper because the cork was pretty well used. Again, completely optional.
Trace children's hands on sheets of red, orange, green and yellow construction paper. Have kids right what they are thankful for on one side, and write their names and the year on the back side.
Cut the tree from brown paper using the template. If you covered your cork with paper or if you used poster board, use a glue stick to attach the tree. If you are using a plain cork board, use thumbtacks to attach the tree.
Use glue stick or thumbtacks to attach the hands to the tree.
Use a piece of yellow construction paper as a border and a smaller piece of white paper glued on top of it, then write your family surname and "Kid's Thanksgiving Tree" (i.e. Formaro Kid's Thanksgiving Tree) with a black marker (see picture). Attach to the top of the bulletin board with glue stick.
Display for everyone to see!
This project for Thanksgiving Handprint Tree Craft was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/childs-thanksgiving-tree-craft/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.