Enhance Bond with Kids: DIY this Christmas tree to strengthen your relationship with your children. This enchanting Christmas project appeals to all age groups and leaves a lasting impression on the little ones. By adding the special magic liquid to the base of the cardboard tree, you can observe the growth of crystals, resulting in green leaves on the tree's branches. It's a fantastic way to spend quality time with your children.
Growth Process: The tree starts growing slowly in about 8 to 24 hours. The rate of growth depends on factors like temperature and humidity. It grows more slowly during cold, overcast, or rainy days. Therefore, planting the tree on sunny days is recommended for the best effect. Once you've planted it, it's important not to move it around or expose it to drafts, as the crystals can easily fall off.
Simple Instructions: The assembly is straightforward. Open the bottom cross of the paper tree trunk and insert it into the base slot. Then, separate the tree branches along the cut marks. Place your decorations and put the tree in the desired location. Pour the magic liquid over the tree, soaking it thoroughly. Then, wait for approximately 24 hours, and it's done. Sprinkle with glitter.
Parent-Child Activity: It's best to do this activity with your kids before bedtime. By the time they wake up in the morning, their tree will be covered in leaves. This magical growing tree provides a sense of wonder for children and parents alike.
Entertainment and Education: Beyond being a delightful holiday decoration, this magic-growing Christmas tree combines entertainment with education. It introduces children to the concepts of crystal growth and botanical development in a fun and hands-on way. It's a perfect combination of science and holiday cheer.