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Do you know where can I find some templates of an articulated puppet for preschoolers?



marykate
Spain

Do you know where can I find some templates of an articulated puppet for preschoolers?
 

Hello everybody!

I am teaching the body parts to my youngest children so I need, if it is possible, an articulated Pinocchio which my students can color and cut out, and then they can move all his parts (legs, arms, hands...). I found one but it is not adequate for preschoolers, so I need one wich is suitable for them (motivated and animated graphics). If it is not possible a pinocchio, I will be happy with any animal or funny doll. I also found here a fantastic doll puppet (http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=225890#thetop) but maybe they can be angry because is a girl doll... sorry if I īm a little complicated with this, but I want that all is perfect and all my students happy.
 
Thanks in advance. Have a nice day!!

8 Nov 2010      



edrodmedina
United States

Try: papertoys.com

8 Nov 2010     



moravc
Czech Republic

http://www.nonsoloscuola.org/Prime/marionet/Pinocchio.gif

http://www.puppetworks.org/Paper%20Cut-Out/Pinocchio%20paper.jpg

8 Nov 2010     



cortneyfields
United States

Here is a website that has a lot of paper cut outs.  They don īt have Pinocchio, but they have all sorts of animals.  I thought it might help.
 
http://www.dltk-kids.com/

8 Nov 2010