Whether you’re a SAHM or a working mama, these Christmas tree ornament crafts will be sure to keep your toddler busy and happy! Grab some glue, popsicle sticks, felt, some mini pompoms and some googly eyes, you’ll be all set.
First up, little characters – have your toddler pick his/her favorite(s) and get started! Rudolph, Santa, an elf, a penguin, or a little bear… lots of options! Thanks to Creative Me, Inspired You!
The next one, you’ll need to grab some old buttons from the craft store (or your junk drawer like me)… cut a tree shape from the felt and let your toddler practice some sensory skills by placing buttons on the tree! Hands on as we Grow suggests some great activities while making this craft like counting buttons, sorting buttons by color, and creating patterns!
Let’s not forget these sweet little reindeer bell ornaments, what makes these even sweeter? They’re super inexpensive to make and most items can be found at your local dollar store!
These cute holiday crafts will fill up your tree (and heart) and make for some adorable, keepsake gifts for family members!