Fine Motor Cross Craft

Monday, March 7, 2016

Fine Motor Cross Craft

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Are you looking for a fun, unique, and easy to make cross craft for Easter? You are going to love this easy-to-make fine motor cross craft that kids of all ages can make!
Easy Cross Craft for Kids - This is such a cute, fun to make craft for kids for Easter (sunday school lessons, fine motor, toddler, preschool, kindergarten)


Easter is coming soon - this year is is on March 27, 2016.


Use this fine motor Easter cross craft activity to teach your kids about the true meaning of Easter and work on those important fine motor skills too!



Cross Craft

materials needed for simple, fine motor cross craft

You will need:
  • Cardboard(we recycled a piece of cardboard)
  • String(we used wine red, fitting right?)
  • Scissors
  • Optional heart
cut a cross shape out of cardboard

Cut a cross out of the cardboard. The bigger, the better.

Cut some slits all around the cross. I made my slits 1cm apart.

wrap yarn around cardboard cross

 
Your child can now turn the string around the cross in any way, making sure it goes into the slits:


Go all around the cross, securing the loose ends by pushing it under the string at the back.

keep wrapping the cross ending on the back
 
Add another piece of string to hang it up and attach a heart to the middle of the cross.

Doesn't it make a pretty Easter decoration?

I love crafts that are fun to make, pretty, teaching (fine motor skills) and focus on what matters  Jesus!


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Nadia is South African mom to two littlies, a former preschool teacher and currently working as a reading therapist at a remedial school. She blogs over at Teach Me Mommy about easy and playful activities inspiring you to be your child's first teacher. Follow along on FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter.




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