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Plenty of Puppets to Make by Robyn Supraner

Plenty of Puppets to Make
Plenty of Puppets to Make
Robyn Supraner
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Troll Communications Llc (June 1, 1980)
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1975 kb
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1339 kb
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1441 kb
Instructions for making puppets from milk cartons, cereal boxes, paper plates, egg cartons, and other materials.

  • Malodora
Every puppet category has a box with pictures of needed materials and easy-to-follow numbered instructions. The illustrations are drawings, rather than photographs.

Before You Begin (instructions on how to make a square and a cone -- and what to use to attach component parts)
Index Card Puppets
Cereal Box Puppets
Milk Carton Puppets
Paper Plate Puppets
Egg Carton Puppets
Walking Anteater and Elephant Puppets
Dancing Puppets
Fingerlings (faces drawn on your fingertips, and tiny hats)
George and Gussie Goose
Pirate Puppets and Stage

Probably everything you need is sitting in your recycling bin.
  • Halloween
This book is a treasure trove of fun projects for kids. Virtually all of the projects use easy-to-find supplies. Many items you may already have around the hous.e Things like paper, index cards, milk and egg cartons and glue. There are hours of fun to be had from these puppets. It even includes a simple to make puppet theatre from a box. This is perfect for rainy day activities and for classroom art projects.