Create a space where your child can extend his play with puppets
What You Need:
- Tri-fold cardboard (approx. 48”x36”)
- Utility knife (for adult use only)
- Paint, markers and other materials to decorate the theatre
What To Do:
- Using the utility knife, cut a square/rectangle stage opening in the middle top-half section of the tri-fold cardboard.
- Have your child paint the theatre or use other materials to decorate it. Talk about what a theater is used for and demonstrate how to place the puppets on stage.
- Set it up and enjoy!
Variation: Make a puppet theatre by draping a blanket over a bench or table.
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