Christmas Tree Printable File Folder

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Christmas Tree Printable File Folder Pattern

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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

This is a fun printable file folder game about decorating the Christmas tree! Help your kids get in the decorating spirit while also keeping them quiet. (I love it when the kids are quiet!)

File Folder games are a great way to keep your kids occupied, but still focused on something positive and fun. This file comes in full color, ready to print, color and cut. Printed File Folder games work best laminated (or covered in clear contact paper). Attach the pages inside of a regular folder, and an envelope on the outside of the folder. Laminate the folder and individual pieces. Make a slit around the envelope flap and place all the pieces inside. We use sticky tack to place the pieces while playing (velcro or magnets work too).

You'll get:

inside folder image

17 pieces

Instructions

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • file folder

Materials:

  • pdf reader (like acrobat)
  • color printer
  • file folder
  • scissors
  • lamination (if desired)

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