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Kids design these paper puppets for their fingers! Crayola® Color Wonder™ is mess-free.
Use Crayola® Scissors to cut rectangular pieces of Crayola Color Wonder Paper that are large enough to wrap around your finger. Make as many finger puppets as you wish. Tape the backs to make tubes.
Put one finger puppet on your finger at a time. Your puppets could be clowns, animals, monsters, fairies, or anything else you can imagine. Use Crayola Color Wonder Markers to design each one. With Color Wonder, the marker color doesn't show on your hand! Add hair, eyes, mouth, clothes, and other details.
Create a pocket to hold your finger puppets using another piece of Color Wonder Paper. Hold the paper so the back side is facing up and the short edges are at top and bottom. Fold the bottom edge up, stopping about the length of your thumb from the top. Press the fold. Seal both sides with a Crayola Glue Stick to make a pocket.
Decorate your finger puppet pocket with Color Wonder Markers. Put your finger puppets inside until you're ready to play with them again.
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Kids are always in motion, so naturally their play is active. Children who craft their own action figures exercise both
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