Falling Leaves

You might remember that we did a falling leaves craft a few weeks ago using L’s hand print, but this one is a little different. This time I drew the tree and we used yarn as the leaves. What can I say? I am a little obsessed with fall and that means L gets to make lots of fall crafts 🙂

Falling leaves craft

supplies needed

  • brown paper
  • white paper
  • yarn (whatever colors you have that look like fall colors ex. brown, yellow orange)
  • glue

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For this one I cut the tree out myself, nothing fancy necessary. I also cut little pieces of yarn in all the different colors and glued the tree onto the white paper. Once every thing was ready I put a bunch of glue on and let him place the “leaves” on the tree.

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After the top of the tree had plenty of leaves we added glue down the sides to make it look like the leaves were falling.

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D is for Dog

This has been our first week of taking baby T out with us when we go to our classes and story time and she has been doing great! My mom boss is still on maternity leave so I only have T for a few hours a day to start transitioning into having her full time later this month. *this post contains affiliate links

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I am obsessed with this Ergo baby carrier! It is so nice to be able to walk around and play with L and carry T hands free!

L had been asking to make a dog craft for weeks, so we was ecstatic when we got to the letter D and I told him we would be making a dog!

D is for Dog

supplies needed

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Start by cutting a capital letter D with white paper, then cut out spots, a nose and an ear with the black paper.

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Let the child glue the spots where ever they want then guide them on where the ear and nose might go. When the child is done you can draw a mouth and eye, only one because this is like a side view of the dog.

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More alphabet crafts
A is for Alligator and apple
B is for Butterfly
b is for boat
B is for Bumble bee
C is for Caterpillar