Dancing Santa Christmas Craft for Kids | Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse

Dancing Santa Christmas Craft for Kids | Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse

The Maple Leaf Learning Playhouse Hey guys, let's do the Dancing Santa craft, OK? For this craft you are going to need some split pins.

They look like this.

You can get these at most hardware stores or craft stores.

If you don't have split pins, you can probably use some string.

But the split pins are much better.

Anyways, let's color Santa Claus.

You should also print this activity on some thicker paper.

Or glue it to some cardboard.

If it's too thin, it won't work very well.

And color his legs.

And a black belt.

And black boots.

Great! And color his nose pink! And his face.

Now, he really looks like Santa Claus.

Great! Anyways, now let's cut it out.

Be careful! Cut out his legs.

And his body.

And his head.

And his arms.

Great! Now, we need a hole punch.

If you don't have a hole punch, you can just poke holes in Santa using a pencil.

That will be fine.

But anyways, we need to punch holes on all the black dots on Santa Claus, OK? A few more punches.

And great, we're all done! Now, we need to get our split pins.

And we can put on his head.

And his arms.

There's one.

And, two.

Great! And put on his legs.

There's one.

And last one, two.

Great! And here we have our dancing Santa.

He looks great! Do you know another name that Santa Claus is called? He's called Saint Nicholas.

And I know a song about that.

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