The end of the school year is a special time preschoolers who have completed their first year of learning and growing. Celebrate their accomplishment with a fun and memorable last day of preschool headband!
Our last day of preschool headband is a simple and engaging craft that is perfect for preschoolers. Since it’s a simple craft, all they need to do is color it in with their favorite colors and wear it!
Whether at school or at home, this craft is a delightful way to celebrate the end of the school year.
Teachers can incorporate this activity into their end of the year lesson plan, creating a joyful and exciting atmosphere on the last day of preschool.
Parents can also create the crowns at home with their kids, providing a fun and interactive activity to mark the end of the school year.
Not only is this craft a wonderful way to celebrate the end of preschool, but it’s also a lovely memento for kids to cherish and remember their first year of school. They can look back on the headband and reminisce on all the delightful moments they experienced in preschool.
This craft is a wonderful way to celebrate their hard work, create everlasting memories, and commemorate the end of their first year of learning. Give it a try with your students or kids at home and make their last day of preschool a day to remember!
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Last day of preschool headband
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How to make the paper hat
Print the headband on white paper.
Color the front piece.
Tape two side panels to the front piece.
Bend the headband into a circle. Wrap it around the kid’s head to check for fit. Tape the ends together.