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  • Donna Weitman

    Christmas craft... put the strips in order from shortest to longest then use a q-tip to add snow

  • Michelle Ames

    Have students measure lengths of paper with ruler and cut and glue from smallest to largest. Add snow with q-tips...Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Christmas Fun

  • Laurie Dunbar

    measurement christmas trees. from longest to shortest. I've made these before into Christmas cards. Use a Q-tip to add snow with white paint.

  • Malia {Playdough to Plato}

    Simple Christmas tree craft. {Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten}

  • Michelle Puckett

    Cute Art project (math activity longest to shortest). Several great Christmas ideas!

  • Julie Jump-Up

    Christmas tree craft and math activity (ordering)

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