A Mason Jar Christmas Decoration Kids Can Easily Make

The Christmas season will soon be filled with vibrant colors as decorations appear in homes and stores. Kids can have fun putting some of these colors into a mason jar Christmas decoration that is perfect to enjoy at home or to give as a gift to a well-loved teacher or relative.

Mason jar Christmas decoration - Preschool Toolkit

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Mason jar Christmas decoration - Preschool Toolkit

You will need: small decorations from at a craft store or dollar store, narrow ribbon, a mason jar with or without a handle, and small pine cones

Mason jar Christmas decoration - Preschool Toolkit

Layer pine cones and small decorations in the mason jar. Tie a ribbon around the top of the jar.

That's it! That's all there is to it.

Kids can fill the jar, and empty it, and fill it again until it looks 'just right'.

There is no right or wrong way to make a mason jar decoration.

This activity promotes sensory play and learning opportunities as kids choose materials, sort and count, and fill the jar. Then maybe - just maybe - they will ask for help tying a bow.

Mason jar Christmas decoration - Preschool Toolkit

The end result will depend on the materials you provide and the items kids choose, making each mason jar Christmas decoration unique and beautiful!

Kids will be excited to give their mason jar ornaments to teachers and relatives. These homemade gifts share the vibrant colors of Christmas!

Join us with a group of bloggers participating in 12 Days of Christmas, a roundup of crafts, food and activities to help you celebrate the holidays.

 


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