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What you will need:
Various green coloured paper
A child's hand to draw round.
Take your green paper and your pencil, place the child's hand on the paper and draw round it do this about 20/30 times depending on how big you want it but you could always cut one out and use as a stencil. Depending on the age this can be quite hard but it also depends of their concentration. I have done mine with two to three year olds.
Cut out the hands and place them together to make a circular object, make sure that the fingers are pointing outwards as this creates the look of the leaves.
Next either use sellotape to sellotape the hands together once you've got them into a perfect shape that you prefer. Or glue the hands together one by one connecting by the middle of each hand.
You could use glue and sellotape as I have used both. I guess together then sellotape'd the back.
Not all hands will be perfect but this adds to the look of the wreath!
You should end up with something like this. The berries are optional extras which you can add yourself.
I copied this off Pinterest for an activity to do with my toddlers in work thinking it may not work but it has seemed to be a fun decoration to make and adds an extra Christmassy feel if used as a decoration. This is not only fun for the children as they are fascinated about you drawing round their hands and seeing them cut out but it is also fun for any adult making it.