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Shape Santa craft made with paper

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Crafts can be more than fun activities to keep kids busy and help them practice their fine motor skills, cutting and gluing. Crafts can also introduce little ones to math. Take this shape Santa craft. It encourages children to learn and review shapes like circle, square, rectangle and trapezoid. You can also use it to compare sizes: which circle is smaller, which is bigger.

Shape Santa craft for kids to make this Christmas. Review shapes : circle, square, rectangle and trapezoid. Great winter craft for preschool, kindergartners and older kids| at Non-Toy Gifts #christmastcraft #Santacraft #Santacraftsforkids

For more shape options, make sure to check out out updates Santa shape craft. Kids have the opportunity to mix and match shapes to create their own Santa.

Shape Santa craft

Shape Santa craft for Christmas: circle, rectangle, square and trapezoid. #christmascraft #Santacraft #Christmascraftsforkids

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Shape Santa printable

Step 1: Download the shape Santa template. You will be able to create 4 crafts: circle Santa, square Santa, rectangle Santa and trapezoid Santa.

Step 2: Use the template to cut the shapes from cardstock paper. It is written on each shape what color to use.

Shape Santa – circle

Shape Santa craft: circle

Glue the white half circle to the bottom of the ivory circle. This will be Santa’s beard. Glue the red triangle to the top of the big circle for the hat. Complete the hat with a small white paper pom pom. Cut the other small circle in half and glue the two halves on top of the “beard”. Glue a small red pom pom for the nose and use a black marker to draw the eyes. Finish by creating the hat brim with a line of snowflakes.

Shape Santa – square

Shape Santa - square

Glue the white rectangle to the bottom of the ivory square. This will be Santa’s beard. Glue the red triangle to the top of the square for the hat. Complete the hat with a small white paper pom pom. Cut the other small circle in half and glue the two halves on top of the “beard”. Glue a small red pom pom for the nose and use a black marker to draw the eyes. Finish by creating the hat brim with a line of snowflakes.

Shape Santa – rectangle

Shape Santa craft - rectangle

Glue the white square to the bottom of the ivory rectangle. This will be Santa’s beard. Glue the red triangle to the top of the rectangle for the hat. Complete the hat with a small white paper pom pom. Cut the other small circle in half and glue the two halves on top of the “beard”. Glue a small red pom pom for the nose and use a black marker to draw the eyes. Finish by creating the hat brim with a line of snowflakes.

Shape Santa – trapezoid

Shape Santa craft - trapezoid

Glue the white small trapezoid to the bottom of the ivory trapezoid. This will be Santa’s beard. Glue the red triangle to the top of the big trapezoid for the hat. Complete the hat with a small white paper pom pom. Cut the other small circle in half and glue the two halves on top of the “beard”. Glue a small red pom pom for the nose and use a black marker to draw the eyes. Finish by creating the hat brim with a line of snowflakes.

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