Craft Time Princess Party: Make a Princess Doll Ornament
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Craft Time Princess Party: Make a Princess Doll Ornament
Students will design, color, cut, and assemble a princess doll of their choice!
Craft Time Princess Party: Make a Princess Doll Ornament
During this class, students will make a beautiful paper princess doll of their choice using a printable handout as a guide! The dolls will be able to stand up and can also be used as ornaments! Learners will share their crafts at the end of the class and will discuss their favorite princesses. Learners will interact primarily through group discussion while completing their individual craft activity. This class will focus on teaching concepts of sequencing and social skills through a fun and interactive craft. No prior knowledge is required for this class, although an adult nearby may be helpful to manage the scissor portion of our activity. Please message me if you have any questions!
Learning Goals
  • 1. Students will engage in a craft activity to practice sequencing the steps of a craft and various fine motor skills required to manipulate crafting materials
  • 2. Students will present their work to each other to practice social skills and appropriate interactions with peers
Supply List
  • Colored pencils, black pen, glue stick, scissors, tape, paper doll pieces handout Please note that in order to complete the craft activity, learners will need to print out 1 handout provided for class.
Once a week One-Time Class
40 minutes Class Duration
3 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 6-10 Age Range
USD 10.58 Total Price Per Learner (USD)

Hi! My name is Mrs. Rachel, and I can not wait to meet you and your family! I teach a variety of life skills, crafting, social skills, psychology, science, and anatomy classes. I believe that children learn best in an interactive group setting, and I use a variety of creative techniques to ensure each class allows your learner to engage with the class material in a hands on manner.

I am a pediatric occupational therapist working with children with developmental or acquired disabilities ages 4 months to 21 years in north Texas. I have a master's degree in occupational therapy from Texas Woman's University and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Texas A&M University (Gig 'Em!). As an occupational therapist, I provide skilled treatment to help a child or teen progress his or her life skills to meet individualized goals. Treatment sessions could be anything from working on using both hands and scissor skills by making a pumpkin craft, to following directions by cooking macaroni and cheese, to developing social and counting skills by playing a board game. I specialize in making life skills fun, and a few of my patients call me “the fun doctor” (our clinic looks like a doctor’s office) because they enjoy therapy so much.

I am passionate about making learning fun, and I have taught a variety of classes: handwriting, aquatic science, head start, crafting, and life skills to name a few. I am here to best serve your student's learning needs, so my lessons will include hands on activities in addition to visual and auditory information. If your learner has special learning needs, please contact me in advance and I will be happy to accommodate! If you have any questions regarding my classes, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to seeing you in class!