This Santa stuck in chimney craft is such a simple yet fun idea for kids to try this Christmas.
Our craft template comes with big parts that are great for little hands to cut out and glue together. Because of its simplicity, this Santa craft is perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners.
We usually wait until the day after Thanksgiving to go out and chose our Christmas tree. But this year is a year like no other. Because we definitely need a bit more joy into our lives, we celebrated Thanksgiving by the Christmas tree.
The boys are definitely very excited and have already started making plans how to catch Santa. Every year they analyze what went wrong the previous year and try to come up with a new and improved plan.
This year they want to set the alarm clock for 11.40 pm on Christmas Eve to wake up 20 minutes before Santa gets here (They know for sure Santa leaves our presents at midnight) and find him in our living room.
Considering all this planning I think making a Santa stuck in the chimney looks like a good idea. Who knows, they may be in luck and find Santa stuck in our chimney.
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Santa stuck in chimney craft
- Santa is stuck in the chimney template
- Cardstock paper: red, black and white
How to make a Santa stuck in the chimney craft
The Santa stuck in chimney template comes with two versions:
1. home template – cut out the patterns and trace them on corresponding colored paper.
2. classroom template – print the pattern directly on colored paper and cut them out.
This way you can easily craft with just one or two kids as well as with a classroom full of students.
Step by step directions
Start by gluing the chimney top on top of the chimney.
Glue the snow on top of the chimney top.
Glue the legs onto the chimney.
Glue the black boots onto the legs, one boot on each leg.
Glue the trims where the legs and boots are glued together.