Play and perform with your personalized puppet theatre! The projects are die-cut to look like theatre curtains and come with two puppet cutouts to decorate and use as characters in your very own play!
R39201 My Very Own Puppet Theatre projects are each hole-punched on either side so they can be threaded with string and worn like a great big necklace.
First pop out the puppet theatre from the backing. Color in the theatre with bright marker colors, like red or purple! Color in the puppet characters as well. The characters are cut with a handle so they are easy for kids to hold.
One of our art campers came up with an idea to make her own puppet character. She used card to cut out a fish shape, colored it in, then attached it to one of our Goo Spreaders! Your students can experiment with different ideas like this.
Kids can wear the puppet theatre and perform puppet plays anywhere! Read the Puppet Theatre full web guide here to discover curriculum connections and great activities for the classroom.
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Bring out your inner drama buff! R52023 Masquerade Glasses are a great way to encourage students to express their performance skills while exploring decorative art techniques.There are several different types of Masquerade Glasses to choose from. For example, some of the glasses are well-rounded, others are cat-like frames, and yet other frames are shaped like stars, hearts or flowers. You’ll notice the various types in our Art Camp photos. The Art Campers loved to try on the different styles first and see which ones suited them best.
Some of our Art Campers decided to start decorating right away with collage materials and other nifty craft bits we could find. It would be a good idea to encourage students to first color in their Masquerade Glasses before proceeding to decorate them.
We used materials from the R75419 Sensory Collage Kit to provide our Art Campers with inspiration to decorate their dramatic glasses.
Some larger pieces helped to add color to the glasses! We attached all of the collage pieces onto the glasses with white glue.
You can color in the Masquerade Glasses with crayons, markers or paint. Cut out fun little shapes from construction paper or add on beautiful details with colorful pasta pieces or buttons.
To see more inspirational ideas, visit our PDF guide HERE!
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