PAPER SACK PUPPET
Materials: lunch sacks, crayons, paper scraps, scissors, glue
Procedure: Using the bottom of the sack as the head, decorate with crayons, paper scraps, and other items to make a person or animal.
Variations: Make a favorite book character;make what you want to be when you grow up; create a seasonal puppet, such as a wich or leprechaun.
Materials: old sock, markers, yarn, button, fabric scraps, glue
Procedure: Ask the children to bring in an old sock from home. Decorate with markers, button, yarn, etc.
Materials: Popsicle stick, paper, crayons, scissors, tape
Procedure: Color a person or animal, then cut it out. Tape it to the stick and make it come alive.
Variations: Make a groundhog, bunny or other animal that lives underground. Insert the stick in a paper cup, then make your animal " pop out" of its hole.
Materials: wooden ice cream spoon, crayons, markers
Procedure: Color a person or animal on the spoon with crayons. Encourage the children to color the front and back.
Variations: You can follow the same procedure on plastic spoons with permanent markers.
Materials: cardboard tube from toilet paper, crayons, paper scraps,scissors, glue
Procedure: Decorate tube with crayons and paper scraps. Insert your fingers in the bottom.
Materials: Paper, crayons, scissors, tape
Procedure: Color small characters and animals on the paper and cut out. Cut a 1/2 by 2 1/2 strip of paper and tape to the back of the puppet to make a ring. Insert your finger.
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