Aren’t Cherry Blossom Trees one of the prettiest trees around? Kids can make their own fingerprint cherry blossom tree that also doubles a a fun counting activity. It’s perfect for a Spring preschool theme.
How to make the Fingerprint Cherry Blossom Tree
Start by painting or coloring a tree trunk. Place a small blog of pink paint in a paint palette or on a plate.
I helped my preschooler make a tree with 5-petaled blossoms using his fingerprints. He liked counting to 5 over and over again! You could instead do single fingerprints for an easier version and even a simpler tree truck.
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