Review Colors by Making a Stick Puppet Gingerbread man and Gingerbread house
Learners will review colors by making a gingerbread man and lady stick puppets and paper plate theater . We will also have a visit from my friend Joe. A marionette who needs help learning colors.
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In this One time class children will review colors. This will be done with my friend Joe (a marionette who has trouble remembering colors). Then we will make a gingerbread man and lady. A gingerbread house will be glued to a paper plate making a fun toy to review and reinforce learners knowledge of colors. There is quite a bit of cutting with this project. Parents may want to help their child with this part before The class. I will be providing a template for the project. Crayons(...
The students will learn colors.
Template provided by me Glue Scissors Box of crayons 3 small popsicle sticks White paper plate
1 file available upon enrollmentI will provide a template with pictures that should be cut out before the first class. Also needed is... -a paper plate -Glue -box of crayons -small popsicle sticks Scissors and a ruler( for the younger learners in the class parents may want to help with the cutting before class -black marker
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
On Hiatus until fall. Have a great Summer !!!
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26 completed classes
Hello! My name is Anne Scinto. My husband and I started Marionantics, a traveling marionette theater when we were in college. Each of my marionettes were hand made by my mother Gail Dreyer. Now 25 years and three children later we have preformed...