INSIDE: Handprint People Puppets for Kids is a fun and easy way to talk about diversity at home and in the classroom! These puppets are easy make and great for kids of all ages!
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Handprint People Puppets for Kids
Grab your supplies.
Trace your child’s hand several time on a sheets of construction paper in various skin tones and colours. Add goggley eyes and invite your churl to use Pom poms and yarn to glue hair on their handprint.
Let them draw on the rest of the face using a marker. Colour in the fingers to make a dress or shirt. Add buttons or gems or Pom Poms or whatever you have on hand.
Glue to craft sticks together to make an extra long craft stick. Once dry glue on your child’s handprint.
Enjoy in a puppet theater!
This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
Supplies for Handprint People Puppets for Kids
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- Skin tone construction paper
- Craft sticks
- Pom Poms
- Pony Beads
- Googley Eyes
- Craft Glue
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