Grab your Glue Dots and have your students create sweet springtime puppets. Students can write and perform simple stories for one another or for other classes.
Made by: Melanie East
Time: 15 minutes
Size: Approximately 6 inches in length
Here's what you need:
Here's what you do:
Use Craft Dots to easily adhere the wings to the craft stick.
Apply the wiggle eyes to the center of the craft stick, just above the wings.
Use Craft Glue Dots if the wiggle eyes are not adhesive.
Cut a pipe cleaner in half. Place two Craft Glue Dots at the top of the craft stick. Press one pipe cleaner piece onto each one.
Older kids may draw, design, and cut their own wing shapes.
Melanie East is the author of It Happens in a Blink, a space where she shares crafts, DIY, recipes, and home projects. Her inspiration for many of her projects come from nature, caffeine, and her triplet preschool aged boys. While she writes about many topics, her favorite projects to share are those that inspire others to live out their calling.