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How to Make a Four Season Paper Tree Craft

How to Make a Four Season Paper Tree Craft

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How to Make a Four Season Paper Tree Craft

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Let’s make something educational and creative today! What are you going to make? You must be wondering right! Don’t get confused as the curtains are about to open! Today you’re going to make a paper tree. What is so educational and innovative about it? It’s a normal thing right! But  It is innovative as this tree will travel you to the four different seasons. Interesting right! Kids will be fascinated by it. Without teaching kids through books about the seasons, why not make it. Then they can learn with fun. This craft will give immense joy. So, without dalliance, grab your stationery and make an unusual paper tree.

How to Make a Four Season Paper Tree Craft

Materials:

  • Two same-size big white circles.
  • A green colour big circle the same size as the previous white ones.
  • A red colour big circle the same size as the previous white and green ones.
  • A blue colour big circle the same size as the previous white, green and red ones.
  • A white piece of paper.
  • A yellow paper.
  • A long-wide brown rectangle shape paper.
  • A small brown circle.
  • A pencil.
  • Colour sketch pens/ markers.
  • Black marker pen.
  • A glue stick.
  • Scissors.

Procedure:

  • Take two same size big white circles, place a circle on the desk.
  • Take the other circle and fold it in half from the side by making a middle fold line.
  • Attach glue on the folded half circle with a glue stick.
  • Paste the half circle’s folded part in the middle of the previous white circle.
  • This white area would represent the spring season.
  • Take a green colour big circle the same size as the previous white ones, fold the circle in half from side to side.
  • Attach glue on the folded half circle with a glue stick.
  • Paste the half circle’s folded part over the previous white half-circle.
  • The green area would represent the summer season.
  • Take a red colour big circle the same size as the previous white and green ones, fold the circle in half from sidewise.
  • Attach glue on the folded half circle with a glue stick.
  • Paste the half circle’s folded part over the previous green half-circle.
  • It will represent the autumn season.
  • Take a big blue circle the same size as the previous white, green and red ones, fold the circle in half from side to side.
  • Attach glue on the folded half circle with a glue stick.
  • Paste the half circle’s folded part over the other side of the big white circle.
  • It represents the winter season.
  • Grab a pencil, colour markers and black marker to draw branches, flowers and fruits according to the season.
  • Take a long-wide brown colour strip, draw a tree’s upper stem with a pencil over the page.
  • Cut out the drawn part with scissors.
  • Attach the stem under the big circle piece you made previously with the glue stick.
  • Take a small rectangle white piece of paper, cut it bottom side by making two lines parallelly leaving space between the lines.
  • Take a small brown circle piece, fold it in half from sidewise.
  • Take a yellow paper, cut out two same size leaf shapes with scissors.
  • Attach both leaves on both fold sides of the small brown half-circle with the glue stick.
  • Attach glue inside part of the folded brown small circle and paste the previous white paper’s non-cut upper side between the inside folds of the piece.
  • It will create a clip to stick the tree parts.
  • Your beautiful four-season tree will be ready!

P.S-. You can use different colour papers according to your sense of describing these seasons.

Move the tree’s parts and see the seasons changing in your eyes! It’s amazing right! Use the small paper clip to attach the parts. Kids will certainly enjoy twiddling with an equivalent. Encourage them to make it as well. Use your creativity to make it more beautiful. They can exhibit this craft in any exhibition also. So, hurry up and obtain your hands on your own beautiful four seasons paper tree.

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