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Reindeer Antlers

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Reindeer antlers that can attached to a headband.

The perfect holiday craft to use around the holidays, this reindeer antlers template can be used to turn your students into Donder, Blitzen, and the whole crew!

Print the reindeer antlers template on tabloid-size paper, and then cut them out. Stick them on cardboard or cardstock and then cut around them again.

Students can color them in and staple them to a headband to make their own reindeer antlers. Add a red pompom, and you even have Rudolph!

reindeer antlers headband

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