Fall Friendship Tree

August 30,2009
Craftivity Corner
Allison McDonald( )

Allison McDonald is a former preschool teacher who now spends her days learning with her 3-year-old son and baby daughter. She lives in the Seattle area with her husband and two children.

Fall is right around the corner and the stores are already filling up with fall craft supplies and decor. I picked up these leaves for $1 and had to do something with them. This tree can be used for a friendship tree or a family tree , whatever works for you. 1. Gather your materials. You will need yellow and brown pieces of construction paper, some craft leaves, scissors, glue and a marker. 2. Start by cutting the brown paper into a trunk. If your child is able have them do the cutting. 3. Glue that onto the yellow paper. 4.Together with your child decide who they want to add to their tree. If they are able to write have them write the names. 5. Glue the leaves on and let dry.