Saturday, September 20, 2014


My big program during the school year is a puppet making workshop. We meet once a month and teach the kids how to make a puppet. We also do some cumulative work towards our annual puppet show. Yesterday was our first workshop of the school year. We taught the kids how to make a bird sock puppet. Here are some pictures of the kids in action.
Our youngest participant this month was just 3 years old. He had a great time.
This bird sports a spectacular hat.
This bird has eye spots at the end of it's beak to protect it from predators. An ingenious choice on the part of this young puppeteer.
This puppeteer was incredibly focused and managed to color the entire sock and beak with markers (both were white to begin with) while also helping a younger kid with his puppet.

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