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Super Simple Red Paper Chain ~ Preschool Craft

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Do you remembert making these paper chains when you were a kid? I sure do. It’s very simple and my grand daughter enjoyed making one. She made a red paper chain for her Mommy for Valentine’s Day.

You’ll need:

red construction paper

glue

sissors
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 Cut the construction paper into strips. We did this together.

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 Put a little paste on the end of the strip and make a circle over lapping the ends.

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I love watching her little hands as she glues the circles together.  🙂

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 I let my her decide how long she wanted to make her chain.

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Ta Da!!!

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Happy Valentine’s Day Mommy!

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I share at these parties.

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11 thoughts on “Super Simple Red Paper Chain ~ Preschool Craft”

  1. Lisa Nelson says:

    This is such a great and easy craft. Great for gross motor skills and not a lot of mess!

    Thank so much for sharing this. Personally, I think it’s the simple things that work best, you know? You don’t have to buy a bunch of specialized supplies. You have everything in your home.

    You should definitely link this up at the homeschoollinkup! I think the homeschoolers would appreciate being reminded that simple is best!

    Thanks so much for participating in the blog challenge!

  2. Evelyn @ My Turn for us says:

    Does this bring back memories or what!! I used to love making those chains and thought I was quite the artist!! LOL

    Hugs

    Sweet little model you have there!!

  3. Julie says:

    I used to love making these, way back when. I like the way she made it chunky too. They have made it so much easier for the little ones, now that they have glue sticks. If we’d had those back in the day, maybe we wouldn’t have gotten in trouble with messes, lol. That’s such a sweet picture of her wearing it too.

    Julie
    I Create Purty Thangs

  4. Paula Kiger says:

    Sometimes simple is definitely best!

  5. Theres Just One Mommy says:

    Love doing crafts with the kids that are ones I remember doing as a child! We make a red and green chain each year to count down to Christmas.

    Stopping in from the Boost your Blog in 100 Days hop!

  6. Emma @ P is for Preschooler says:

    I just realized I have never made a paper chain with my preschooler! Ahhh! Must change that! lol! Maybe a countdown chain for her upcoming birthday? Thanks for the idea!

  7. Crystal H says:

    We love papercrafts. Chains are a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Tina says:

    My 7 year old still demands a paper chain as a count down to her birthday! We have to hang it up on the wall at the doorway of her bedroom. Sometimes the simplest things are the best things!

  9. Meeghan says:

    Cute, simple, easy…and fun! What more can you ask for? Thanks for reminding us of a great activity to do with the little ones!

  10. Holly says:

    Fun! I remember making this as a kid too. 🙂

    #BYB100

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