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TREES EVERYWHERE continued...

SEASONAL TREES
For each of your children, draw a bare tree with branches on four pieces of paper. Let the children decorate their trees to represent the four seasons by gluing on torn scraps of tissue paper.
Fall: Red and yellow tissue scraps for leaves
Winter: White tissue scraps for snow
Spring: Pink tissue scraps for blossoms
Summer: Green tissue scraps for leaves

Put each child's papers together to make a book, if you wish.

I'M A LITTLE FIR TREE
Tune: "I'm a Little Teapot"
 
I'm a little fir tree,
Short and stout. (Stand.)
See my bushy branches
All spread out. (Hold arms out at sides.)
Some trees drop their leaves
Down to the ground, (Flutter fingers to floor.)
But I have needles
All year round. (Hold fingers out straight.)
Elizabeth Scofield




 

TREE SANDWICHES
Use a Christmas tree cookie cutter to cut tree shapes out of bread slices. Tint cream cheese with green food coloring and spread it onto the shapes. Invite your children to decorate the trees with raisins, nuts, or fruit bits.