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Tree balance game

Fun easy game to help bring in the holidays. Make a large Christmas tree on the floor using green tape.  Then cut out ornaments and a star. That is a part kids can do, it can help with practicing cutting and hand eye coordination. Then have the kids go one at a time to walk the lines and place the decorations on the tree but be careful falling off will make you start all over again. Once all the decorations are on the tree it is time for the star. The next persons turn can put the star on the tree or everyone can do it once. I had one kid bring the star up and then go up and get to again and hand it to the next person. Who ever did not fall off got a piece of candy in the end.


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