This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Best of all, everything here is free! Hold the bag upside down. Decorate the front of the bag in bright colors or patterns, like stripes and polka dots, using paint or markers. Fold the paper so that you have 3 equal sections. Optional: Cut the paper into small pieces and glue onto the sack in random order for a patchwork effect.
I thought of making a puppet after seeing an idea on. Cut craft foam into mouth and ear shapes and glue them to the spoon with a low temperature glue gun. Follow the easy to make sock puppets directions using a black sock. Repeat this process so each child can have his or her own finger puppet stage. Put your hand in the sock and mark with a piece of chalk where you wan the eyes and nose.
Use your puppets to act out the rhyme below. Today I wanted to share a craft my preschool Sunday school class made to go with the story of Joseph and the coat of many colors. I help churches successfully include children with special needs. This part of the craft is for adults only. Place another dot of glue on the top edge of the mouthpiece and pull the edge of the sock over the mouthpiece and press down. Lift up the wing so it doesn't stick to the newspaper.
Hold a plastic spoon in your left hand if you are right-handed so that it is parallel to the table with the scooped side facing down. Depending on how many siblings, etc the child has, you may need to print duplicates of some of the templates. Allow them to use their creativity with markers, pens, buttons, felt, pompoms, etc. Glue or glue stick the parts onto the paper bags. Glue hearts to the end of the pipe cleaner as shown in the picture.
Scrunch the center of the rectangle together and tie it with a twister or string to secure. Glue the mouth piece to the sock with a low temperature glue gun. Then see direction for the specific puppet: Sheep Puppet - See the directions for the sheep sock puppet craft. Use a black permanent marker to draw on the nose. Squeeze the bottom of the paper bag into the paper cup, flattening it out inside the cup as much as possible. Place some glue at the bottom of each ear and pinch to make a fold at the bottom of the ear. Glue on the eyes, eyelashes and ears.
What you will need: Socks Pink or Red Cardboard from Cereal Box or Thicker Card Board Chalk or Marker Scissors Paper Google Eyes for the Tongue 2. This was the first time she made a sock puppet and she needed some help. Place a drop of hot melt glue in the center of the lower edge of the mouthpiece. I was wondering if there is any way to get an edit-able file so I can create different hair and eye colors for a larger preschool class of children so they can find eyes and hair like their own? You did so well in getting the art work to match all the people. Your thumb should be in the bottom opening, your other fingers should be in the top opening. First, put your thumb in one of the openings along the outside of the center crease. Once you have all of the pieces cut out, the creativity can begin! If you want to ensure your right, please contact the website on each photos, the reason is we are not able to decide your proper right.
Cut out a tongue piece and glue it inside the mouth. Optional Tip 1: When done, have a puppet show, you can even make a theater out of old cardboard boxes. Pull it off your hand, pinching all the loops together in one spot. This made the craft even more hands-on. Fold the tips of the ears and glue the folded edge onto the inside rim of the glass. Trace your hands onto card stock and cut them out to make antlers.
Sunday School Activities Ideas: Paper Bag Puppets Needed: -Brown lunch bags, one for each student -Markers or crayons -Construction paper, black and white, for eyes, red for lips -Yarn, for eyebrows You can also use: -Buttons and small jewels for clothing -Handmade yarn pompoms for hair and beards -Felt for collars Before Class: 1. Then, insert the rest of your fingers into the other opening next to it. Pull the edge of the sock material over the edge of the cardboard piece and press it in place being careful not to burn yourself. Cut another mouthpiece from pink or red felt for the mouth. If it is too big, cut the piece smaller to fit so that it doesn't stretch the sock too much. Place a drop of hot melt glue in the center of the lower edge of the mouthpiece. Paint the entire bag with acrylic paint if you want it to be a different color.
When the spoon starts to melt and bend remove the lighter and bend the head of the spoon down so that it almost meets the handle. Pull one of the shorter edges up so that it aligns with the other short edge. Thank you so much for taking the time to assemble all the Bible people and sharing them. Cut a white boarder around the edges, color in the glasses to make sunglasses instead, or just cut big squares around the pieces. Cut fingers at one end of the arms and glue the other end to the puppet. Cut them out laminate them attach a paper clip and give a group of children a thin wooden dowel that has yarn with a fishing bobber on it with a round magnet with a hole in the middle to tie the yarn on. Cut 2-inch pieces of yarn for eye brows 3.
Glue them on the top of the puppet along with eyes and a nose. Paper bag puppets can be made into animals or biblical characters. Cut both sides into wing shapes and glue it to the back of the bee. I recommend card-stock because it will hold up better, but regular old printer paper works too! Cut out a tongue piece and glue it inside the mouth. Fold open the toe end of the sock and the cardboard mouthpiece.