The all time favorite with the preschoolers at the library is this one.
I love this healthy snack made from pretzel sticks and apples. It is so cute and easy to make. While you eat, tell your child about the Christmas trees you had as a child. Did you have a real tree or fake one? Were there special traditions around putting up the tree? A trip to the Christmas tree lot or farm would be a lovely follow up activity.
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Alternatively you could go and look at the decorated Christmas trees in the stores or other public places. The first page has two ornaments with a cute little elf design. One is ready to go and the other is ready to be colored in. Download your free printable here. What kinds of ornaments do you like to make with your children? Do you have a favorite Christmas book? Leave a comment below. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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Jan 25, Donna Mork rated it it was amazing. Adorable book about a scrawny Christmas tree who keeps his hopes up, and gets the best Christmas ever.
Jan 03, Pablo V rated it it was amazing. Wish Christmas the day the people was going have hot cocoa and milk and is good. Oct 22, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-books , children-s. I'm such a sap. I have to admit that I got a little choked up at the end. Sweet book about a scraggly little tree hoping to find a home in time for Christmas.
Nov 23, Evan rated it it was amazing Shelves: christmas. Jan 03, Hapzydeco rated it really liked it. Delicately illustrated. This story will strike an empathic cord when read at Christmastime. Ho, Ho, Ho! Nov 05, Vicki rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture. Will the last pine tree find a home for Christmas?enter site
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A totally sweet book with nice illustrations that help to tell the story to a group. Dec 11, Arminzerella rated it liked it Shelves: christmas , borrowed-from-the-library , picture-books , home , holiday , christmas-trees. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. If Charlie Brown's little Christmas tree had been able to talk, this is the story it might have told.
The little fir tree on the Christmas tree lot has high hopes of being chosen by a family, decorated, and spending the holidays in a warm house with lights and ornaments. It watches people come and go, selecting other trees, until there are only a few left. When the little tree is the only one remaining, it is a little lonely, but doesn't despair. There's a jingling noise, and then a long, cold t If Charlie Brown's little Christmas tree had been able to talk, this is the story it might have told. There's a jingling noise, and then a long, cold trip, but at the end, the tree has found a home.
A sweet holiday story with a happy ending for a little tree with lots to offer.
Nov 02, Noel Gaines rated it liked it Shelves: christmas , children. The Last Christmas Tree is a cute Christmas read, although a bit boring. Also, I thought that for a children's picture book that some of the vocabulary was a bit high for the little ones. Sep 25, Azure rated it really liked it. Closer to 4. Very sweet story. Dec 28, Ruth rated it it was amazing Shelves: , owned , christmas , childrens-books. This one will make you say "Awwwww" and sniffle a little bit.