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Pink, Red, White Construction Paper
Cut out the center of the paper plate and several hearts from the construction paper in varied sizes. Cut the pipe cleaner in half.
Give your child the glue stick and let him "color" all over the paper plate. Help your child place the hearts on the plate. Talk about the colors and sizes with your toddler. ("Do you want the big heart or little heart?" Once the wreath is finished, bend the pipe cleaner into a loop and tape to the back of the paper plate.
If you're looking for a quick craft for your kids, I hope you'll try this one out. My son really loved gluing and putting the hearts on the "wreath" and he is so proud to have it displayed in his room!
TIp: If you have the book, The Day It Rained Hearts, use any extra hearts for "rain". And, if you don't, you can decorate the extra hearts and give them to family members!
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