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  • Kitty Reynolds

    Very important!!!! How to make #shadow #puppet #animals !! #shadowpuppet #camp #kidscamp #kids #children #HerSolution

  • Janell Gibbs

    One of our favorite games with our kids in the evenings during fall/winter is to give everyone a flashlight and play. Sometimes chase the light, copy where my light shines, sing this little light of mine, play hide and seek or make shadow animals like these.

  • LSRCSS Nursery School

    Shadow animal hand puppets

  • Raquel V.

    Vintage Illustration "Shadow Puppets" Antique Silhouette Print - Children's Print - Hands Animals ($25.00) - Svpply

  • Victoria Mulock

    Aurora Borealis animals. Love shadow art!

  • Michelle Flynn

    Hand shadow puppet animals.

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Puppet You can print them out onto thin black card (and you should should be still able to see the outlines). You will need little split pins for the robot and sticks to attach them to. Holly from chezbeeperbebe also put together some wonderful shadow puppet templates this year so check those out too!

Shadow puppets! Good for a "how to" speech at school or just impressing your kids. :)

Fun with shadow puppets! You can do these with kids of all ages. I did them with two and three year olds. While the cognitive ability to figure out the idea of the shadow, etc, was very different, everyone still had fun doing them.

heavy duty cardboard; paint; scissors; something to punch holes through the card; Procedure Trace puppet outline using template on a piece of cardboard.Mark in major lines using a felt pen. Punch holes along all lines to create dimension. Make arm segments and join using wing clips.Attach to the body using wing clips.Attach pieces of rod to the hands to manipulate the arms. Attach a thicker rod or to the length of the puppet body with sufficient length at the bottom so the hand is out of sight