Theodore Roosevelt Craft and Writing Prompt: Puppet (USA, Presidents)
As you study US presidents and US Symbols, students create brown paper bag puppets! Craft Theodore Roosevelt during morning work or center time. During your writing lesson or literacy center, students write facts and glue to the backs of puppets. For extra fun, students read facts they’ve written as they use the puppets to speak!
Instructions and Contents:
Color pieces. Glue head to bottom of brown paper bag. Glue arms and legs to side of bag to create a puppet! Students write a fact or two on the writing sheet. Glue writing to the back of the puppet. Students use puppets to read facts to the class!
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Page 4: writing sheet (2)
Page 5: head, two arms, two boots
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