Decorating for the holidays, like St Patrick’s Day, is always fun especially when a kids’ craft is involved. This shamrock door decorating craft, that is kid-friendly, includes cutting, sorting patterns, and layering.
This activity practices the fine motor skill of cutting and sorting heart shapes by sizes or patterns to create a shamrock.
- assorted textured papers
- glue stick
- Cut four squares in different sizes for a total of 12 pieces of paper squares. We used three different textured papers for each heart.
- Draw hearts on the backside of the textured paper squares.
- Cut out hearts.
- Sort by patterns. Or sort by size big, bigger, biggest or small, smaller, smallest (see second picture).
- Glue hearts together.
- Glue on large piece of green paper.
- Use string to hang it on the front door!
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