What better way to teach the changing of the seasons than with a wall tree!
For Fall: momstown got busy creating a large wall tree to hold all of our apples. It was a fun way to mark the season. All the neighbourhood kids got in on the action and spent a morning making apples and creating the tree.
Here's what you need to make it:
Brown card stock or construction paper
Here's what you need to do:
1. Create a tree using brown construction paper or card stock. You can tape sections together to create a larger than life creation!
2. Trace your handprint to create the green leaves.
3. Tape the leaves and apples to the tree to complete your FALL display.
This corner is in our basement playroom and we talked about making it a full four season tree. Taping up snowflakes in the winter and removing the leaves. Adding blossoms in the spring and loads of leaves in the summer.
Quite the discussion point and fantastic resource for learning seasons!