These adorable handprint Christmas cards are perfect to give to kindergarten or preschool teachers. My son made a handprint polar bear and a hand shaped Rudolph drawing to give to his teachers.
Kid-made Handprint Christmas Cards for Teachers
Children love to give gifts to their teachers. These handprint Christmas cards are quick to make and your little one can do a lot of the work on their own. Just imagine how proud they will be to give these cards to their teachers!
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How to make the Handprint Polar Bear Card
To create the polar bear handprint, place a painted white hand with the fingers pointed towards the bottom of the card. These will be the legs.
Place a white thumbprint under the thumb on the handprint to create the polar bear’s face. Use your child’s pinky finger to create the ears and tale.
My son wrote, “Have a Bear-y Merry Christmas!” on his card along with his teacher’s name.
How to make the Hand Shaped Rudolph Card Drawing
For the handprint Rudolph card, my son chose to trace his hand and color it in. You could make a handprint with paint and get the same effect. Color the body brown and the hooves black.
Finish up the creation with a red nose and some antlers. Write a Christmas greeting and this card is ready for giving.
*Cute Handprint Christmas Cards for Teachers was originally published on 12/30/2013 and updated on 12/12/2017.