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Day 350: Card Making for the Holidays

Greeting Cards & Thank You Notes are fun and easy to make and even in their simplest form they will help your child develop a foundation for reading and writing skills. You can make cards for any occasion and they are always a welcome gift!

You will need: Construction paper, markers, crayons, stickers, graphics or old holiday cards, scissors, and glue. Of course, these are only basic items and you can use other materials such as, glitter glue, sequins, stickers, die cuts, and anything else your child suggests!

If time is short this holiday season, let DLTK help you out! You can choose from an array of cards, personalize them with your child’s message, then print the cards in black and white and let your child color them, or print the cards in color.

Thank You Notes

It’s polite to say “thank you” when you receive a gift. Teach your child good manners by taking some time to make and send thank you notes.

Here’s an idea for a winter thank you card your child can make with a little help.

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