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4 season tree craft with paper rolls

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May can be a weird month here in Minneapolis. We had snow last week but now everything is green and the trees are blooming. I hope spring is finally here to stay. To celebrate the changing of seasons, we created a 4 season tree craft. This is a good craft for little kids who love to practice their scissors cutting skills. I know my boys love using their scissors and their glue.

4 season tree craft. Celebrate the changing of seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners. | at Non-Toy Gifts

If you’re looking for a variation of the 4 season tree craft and you’re willing to throw in the mix a fun craft material like cotton balls, then take a peek at this four season tree craft.

How to make a 4 season tree craft4 season tree craft for kids to make: spring, summer, fall and winter

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Four season tree crafts: fall



Four season paper roll tree craft spring

4 SEASON TREE CRAFT : SPRING

Step 1: Use a small bowl to draw a circle on the green cardstock and cut it out.

Step 2: Cut strips of green and pink paper and glue them into circles.

Step 3: Use the scissors to make one small cut at the top of the paper roll. The cut should be about 1/2 in long. Make a second one on the other side of the roll. Slide the cardstock circle through the two slots. You don’t need to use glue to secure it.

Step 4: Glue the paper leaves on both sides of the green cardstock. Make sure you use the same number of leaves on each side so that the tree looks balanced.

Step 5: Cut tiny strips of green and pink paper and glue them at the bottom of the tree to make it look like spring grass with flowers.

Four season paper roll tree craft summer

4 SEASON TREE CRAFT : SUMMER

Step 1: Use a small bowl to draw a circle on the green cardstock and cut it out.

Step 2: Cut strips of green  paper and glue them into circles.

Step 3: Use the scissors to make one small cut at the top of the paper roll. The cut should be about 1/2 in long. Make a second one on the other side of the roll. Slide the cardstock circle through the two slots. You don’t need to use glue to secure it.

Step 4: Glue the paper leaves on both sides of the green cardstock. Make sure you use the same number of leaves on each side so that the tree looks balanced.

Step 5: Cut tiny strips of green paper and glue them at the bottom of the tree to make it look like grass.

Four season paper roll tree craft autumn

4 SEASON TREE CRAFT : FALL

Step 1: Use a small bowl to draw a circle on the orange cardstock and cut it out.

Step 2: Cut strips of orange, yellow and red paper and glue them into circles.

Step 3: Use the scissors to make one small cut at the top of the paper roll. The cut should be about 1/2 in long. Make a second one on the other side of the roll. Slide the cardstock circle through the two slots. You don’t need to use glue to secure it.

Step 4: Glue the paper leaves on both sides of the orange cardstock. Make sure you use the same number of leaves on each side so that the tree looks balanced.

Step 5: Cut tiny strips of green and yellow paper and glue them at the bottom of the tree to make it look like grass.

4 season tree craft winter

4 SEASON TREE CRAFT : WINTER

Step 1: Use a small bowl to draw a circle on the white cardstock and cut it out.

Step 2: Cut strips of white paper and glue them into circles.

Step 3: Use the scissors to make one small cut at the top of the paper roll. The cut should be about 1/2 in long. Make a second one on the other side of the roll. Slide the cardstock circle through the two slots. You don’t need to use glue to secure it.

Step 4: Glue the paper circles on both sides of the green cardstock. Make sure you use the same number of circles on each side so that the tree looks balanced.

Step 5: Use the snowflake punch to make several snowflakes. Glue them at the bottom of the paper roll.

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