A Plethora of Pirate Puppets in Se7en Steps…

Hood #4 has moved on from paper dolls to pirate puppets… You have been warned!!! Expect to see a lot of these around!!!

This is what you are aiming for:

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Let’s Meet the Players:

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We used:

  • Pencils
  • Markers
  • White crayons
  • Watercolors
  • Scissors
  • Sticky Tape
  • Toothpicks
  • A Box for a puppet stage

Let’s Play The Game:

Step 1: We started by drawing heaps pirates in pencil, on cardboard.

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Step 2: Then we colored the pirates in with markers.

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Step 3: We snipped out the pirates and stuck toothpicks onto the back of them using sticky tape. And our pirates puppets were ready.

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Step 4: We needed an ocean – white crayons and watercolors did the trick. And we snipped a wave line.

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Step 5: And a pirate ship is essential. Back to the drawing board, and a couple of markers. And “The Se7ered Hoods” was launched!

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Step 6: We snipped and launched our ship, we stuck it to the waves with sticky tape.

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Step 7: We slid our boat and ocean into a shoebox and had a mini-puppet-stage.

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The pirates were ready to play…

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Gotta just love the crow’s nest!

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Have Fun!

17 Replies to “A Plethora of Pirate Puppets in Se7en Steps…”

  1. Hi K-M, Fantastic to have you back again!!! I know I get my inspiration from them! They have dragged my nose out of books and got me doing things again – kids are wonderfully like that!!! Love your Father’s Day Pics, well actually, all your photos are so inspiring!!! Hope you all have a great week together!

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