Do you have a little girl at home who loves Christmas and crafting? If so, she’ll love working on this cute pink reindeer headband craft!
It’s a girly spin on a craft we’ve done in the past.
With the right supplies, kids can create an adorable headband for family photos or holiday parties. Or even just something to wear around the house!
Plus, kids will love practicing their cutting skills, learning how to follow directions properly, and more!
It’s a great project to work on at home, school, or daycare.
Download the free printable template and make it this holiday season.
Also, be sure to check out all of our reindeer crafts for kids for even more ideas!
Cute Reindeer Craft
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Glue stick
- Markers or crayons (if using the color in version)
- Pink reindeer headand template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Download the pink reindeer headband, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Begin to make the reindeer’s face by gluing the middle face piece to the top and center of the reindeer’s head.
Place the nose at the bottom of the middle face piece and glue it in place.
Glue the cheeks on either side of the middle face piece, at the bottom.
Take the ears and glue one on each side of the head, near the top.
Finish off the head by gluing the antler to the top and back of the head.
Next, glue the completed reindeer head to one of the extenders.
Create the headband by taping an extender on each side of the headband base.
Isn’t this such a cute Christmas craft that girls will love?!
Christmas Unit Study For Kids
Do you want to continue the Christmas fun? If so, create an entire Christmas unit study for kids around this headband craft! Read on below for our favorite ideas.
Reading aloud to children is so beneficial for their development, which is why we always recommend starting with books!
Below are some of the top Christmas books to read to your kids!
Dasher: This wonderfully illustrated Christmas book for kids gives you the back story on one of Santa’s favorite reindeer, Dasher! Girls will especially love to read this since Dasher is a girl.
Construction Site On Christmas Night: Fans of the fun characters of the construction site books have to add this Christmas-themed story to their collection. See how the trucks get ready for Christmas!
How To Catch An Elf: Kids everywhere love the silliness of this Christmas story. The rhymes and the illustrations will draw the kids in as well. This is a Christmas book kids will want to read every year!
Crafting is a great activity for children because it gives them the opportunity to use their imagination and create something with their hands. Add in some more Christmas crafts with some of our popular projects:
- Free Printable Buddy The Elf Craft
- Christmas Reindeer Card
- Paper Bag Grinch Craft
- Paper Plate Santa Craft
Christmas is just around the corner! And that means it’s time to start getting in the holiday spirit. These Christmas do a dot printables are great for kids and cover topics like letter recognition and fine motor skills with a little bit of fun thrown in too! Grab yours today!
Use these free printable Christmas coloring pages to have some fun with your kids. They’re not just for coloring but can be used as a handwriting practice tool too. Happy holidays from our family to yours!
Give your kids a fun Christmas themed quiet time activity this holiday season. These Christmas pattern block mats are great for young kids and help with fine motor skills. Use these mats in order to learn shapes and colors from home or in the classroom.
This Christmas play dough kit is a great addition to your holiday activities. This sensory fun can be used for home or classroom use and is easy enough for little ones to do on their own. You can even get it scented too! Kids will love seeing the classic characters like Rudolph, Clarice, Santa, and more -get ready for lots of giggles!
Bingo is a fun and easy game for kids. This Christmas bingo has tons of holiday pictures to get kids excited. They will love playing this holiday version of the classic! You can play it in small groups but it’s best played with multiple players to make things more exciting!
Help your child improve their visual discrimination and counting skills with these Christmas I spy printables. These printables are perfect for working on early math skills, building visual memory, or just having fun!
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- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Glue stick
- Markers or crayons
- Download the pink reindeer headband, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Begin to make the reindeer's face by gluing the middle face piece to the top and center of the reindeer's head.
- Place the nose at the bottom of the middle face piece and glue it in place.
- Glue the cheeks on either side of the middle face piece, at the bottom.
- Take the ears and glue one on each side of the head, near the top.
- Finish off the head by gluing the antler to the top and back of the head.
- Next, glue the completed reindeer head to one of the extenders.
- Create the headband by taping an extender on each side of the headband base.