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Eve Bunting wrote a beautiful book called "Night Tree" in which a young boys tells about a memorable family tradition they do the night before Christmas. He describes how they go to the edge of town and find their special tree, decorate it with popcorn chains, apples, and popcorn balls, share in hot chocolate, and sing their favorite Christmas songs.
If you have a tree you can see from your window, decorate it so that your children can actually see the birds and other wildlife enjoying their gifts. Below are some ideas for some things you can use to decorate your own wildlife Christmas tree. Angel Bird Food Ornament Tie three dried wheat heads together with ribbon or yarn.
Make flour and water paste by mixing a small amount or water with a tablespoon of flour. Cut Ritz crackers in half and glue them to the back of the wheat heads.
Glue part of a millet sprig to the wheat heads and a piece of popcorn on top of the millet. You can buy dried wheat at your local craft store and millet sprigs at a pet store. Cut Slices of Apples and Oranges Cut apples and oranges into slices so that the core of the fruit is in the center of each slice.
Tie them with string or thread to hang them up. Peanut Butter Pinecones Spread peanut butter in between the cracks of a pinecone and sick cereal to the peanut butter. You can also sprinkle bird over the peanut butter. Tie string on the pinecone to hang it up.
Popcorn, Dried Fruit, and Cereal Chains String popped popcorn, pieces of dried fruit, and cereal onto a string using a needle and heavy-duty thread. Bread Ornaments Use a cookie cutter to cut bread into star shapes.
Punch a hole on one side and let them dry out. When they are dry tie string or thread through the holes and then spread them with peanut butter or jam.
Sprinkle bird seed on top. Natural Star Ornaments Use dried grasses and flowers to make ornaments. Buy dried flowers and grasses from your local craft store.
This ornament was made from dried wheat, a Ritz cracker, and half a dried cranberry. Glue the wheat, yarn cord, and cranberry to the cracker using flour and water paste. Mix a small amount of water into a tablespoon of flour until it is a paste consistency.
Popcorn - Peanut Ball Ornament Tie a ribbon or yarn around a peanut in a shell. Coat the outside of the peanut with peanut butter and then stick popcorn and other things to the peanut butter.
You can use cereal, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds rawdried fruit, etc. Millet Bird Ornament Buy sprigs of millet at your local pet store. Cut the pieces into smaller pieces and tie the tops with yarn or ribbon.
Use red raffia to make a bow.
Natural Christmas Ornament - Acorn Cap Fill acorn caps with peanut butter and stick wild berries, seeds, or dried food into the peanut butter. Tie or glue a red ribbon or yarn on the top to hang it on the tree.
Cereal Christmas Wreath Ornament for the Birds String cereal onto a piece of yarn and then tie it into a loop. You can also use small donuts.
Spread peanut butter on the top and then sprinkle with bird seed. Wind two brown Chenille stems together to form the main branch of the Christmas tree. Wind two more Chenille stems together about half way.12 Ways to Make a Youth Christmas Party More Meaningful.
Charlie Brown: Watch the Charlie Brown Christmas – I already mentioned being a fan. You can show the entire movie or just the clip above and talk about it.
Challenge youth to create a skit about the real meaning of Christmas. Here’s a free example script for youth I found.
Charlie Brown worksheets Worksheets and activities for teaching Charlie Brown to English language learners (kids, teenagers or adults).
Here you can find printable worksheets for many levels: beginners, elementary, intermediate or advanced. (I've got barnweddingvt.com version, let me know if you want it to edit the exercises!) Halloween activity!
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