Rosh Hashanah New Year’s Apple Card
The holiday Rosh Hashanah celebrates the Jewish New Year. Your child can wish family members and friends a “Happy New Year” with a cute card. This kids’ craft is easy to adapt and perfect for children in preschool and up. Apples are a popular food to eat for the Jewish New Year. Go with an apples theme, and have your child print “A” is for apple cards that she can give away!
- Modeling clay
- Card stock paper
- Green tissue paper
- Red tempera paint
- Clear-drying school glue
- Cut a piece of white card stock paper into a large circle, making an apple shape.
- Make “A” stampers. Have your child mold the clay into the letter shape and press it onto a piece of cardboard. The clay should stick. If it doesn’t, use a little glue to help.
- Cover the clay with red paint.
- Press the “A”, paint side down, onto the card stock circle. Repeat as many times as your child wants to.
- Glue a piece of green tissue to the top as a stem.
- Let the apple dry.
- Turn the apple over and write a special New Year’s holiday greeting inside.