I asked all the kids come to class dressed for a party, and they all came in their favorite dresses. They really enjoyed arriving at my house in their fancy clothes.
We read, "The Paper Bag Princess" by Robert Munsch (which all the kids enjoyed), and then we started crafting.
We made three crafts: a princess crown, a princess necklace (which was just a paper pendant that the kids decorated and hung from a ribbon), and a princess wand (made from a paper star and a popsicle stick).
Then, we finished our party with some cookies and juice. Of course, we drank juice from tea cups that we poured from a tea pot.
A princess tea party is a really fun theme for a party, a preschool class, or a special afternoon with a little one. Do you have a little one who would enjoy these simple princess paper crafts?
Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)