How much fun would your kids have with this puppet theater? Pretty grand, eh? And, how great is it that it’s built without any power tools? It’s also lightweight enough that you can pick it up and easily move it from room to room.
This project definitely requires an adult, but the kids can help, too. Use our patterns and step-by-step instructions to cut out the pieces, and then have the kids help decorate it. We used a foam-safe spray paint, but we recommend children use a brush-on acrylic craft paint.
Don’t forget the puppets! Every Medieval Puppet Theater needs a Friendly Dragon and a Royal King. Or, if you prefer, you can make the Flying Dragon Marionette. Designer Kathleen George made today’s projects.
Now, let the show begin!
Contest Update: Winner of our kids’ craft prize package from last week is Mary, who loves cookie dough & peanut butter cup ice cream. Please contact me, Mary, so we can work out the details.
On Tuesday, Christine Mays Gant and Jenny Barnett Rohrs won copies of the project book A Notion to Celebrate. (We had such great participation that I decided to pick two winners.) Congratulations! Please contact me with your mailing address.