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Hi <<First Name - Parent>> and <<First Name - Child>>, your first kiddie kist box is here !

 

Make this holiday season memorable with your kiddie kist box. Our team of Child Development Experts, kids and parents just like you have brought together activities to help you have fun while learning. 

Let's start with a fun and simple activity with your child’s very own Christmas cone ornament to hang up the tree.

 



CHRISTMAS CONE ORNAMENT
{ Age Group }               3 – 8 year olds
{ Time needed }           10 – 15 minutes 

Objectives
For the child to
 - Connect cones with giving and sharing
 - Realize that Christmas is a time to give and share
 - Learn that ornaments make Christmas more beautiful
 

Materials
1.     cone base
2.     glue
3.     sequins
4.     string to hang the cone up
5.     scissors
6.     double adhesive tape



 
STEP 1.
Lay out the cone template on the table or floor.

 
STEP 4.
Cut double adhesive tape the length of the side flap.
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STEP 7.
Insert the string through the holes and tie a double knot. 

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STEP 2.
Decorate the front side of the cone with sequins. You may fill it up and decorate whichever way you like! 
STEP 5.
Put the tape in place and peel off.

 
STEP 8.
Hang up on the Christmas tree! 

 
STEP 3.
Be careful not to put sequins on the side and top flaps. Let dry.

 
STEP 6.
Tape the flap to close the cone. 

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      The hand symbol means your child may need assistance to accomplish this task. 
 
 
  • Put small gifts or candies inside the cone before hanging them up the tree.
  • This may also be used as a gift box. Put small gifts inside and close. Secure with tape.
  • Use these instead of Christmas stockings for small gifts. Write each family member’s name on a cone.
  • When turned upside down and with a base added at the bottom, it can also be a table center piece or a small Christmas tree.



 
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