Posted in Fine Motor skills, Finger painting, Learning through play, Our little man, Seuss fun activity

The Lorax Handmade Puppet

Hello dear!

I hope everybody is having a great weekend.

Ours is busy, like always, but it’s also fun!

Today I am sharing with you how we made our Lorax Handmade Puppet.
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Easy peasy activity for a toddler who loves Dr. Seuss.

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Materials needed:

An orange paper plate or construction paper
Q – tips or cotton buds
Googly eyes
yellow construction paper for the moustache

Instructions:

1. Trace a circle into the paper and cut.
2. Let the child paint the paper with Q-tips.
3. For the moustache- You can use child’s handprints, either with yellow construction paper or paint. Ours is from little A’s 3rd birthday party photobooth props.
4. Once completely dry, glue the googly eyes and the moustache.
5. Add the popsicle stick.
6. Have fun!

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