Meet lil’ B in our STEAMwork design + build with Barbara! We’re thinking about joints and movement as we make our own puppets. Let’s see your mini-me marionettes!
Thin cardboard or cardstock
String or yarn to manipulate puppet
Hole punch or tool for making holes
String, wire, twist ties, brass fasteners, or paperclips to connect limbs to torso
Drawing tools, paint, paper, glue, glitter, yarn, or tape to decorate the puppet
Learn about the benefits of mindfulness exercises and practice these skills while doing everyday tasks such as eating, breathing, walking, and thinking at Kidshealth.org.
Help children understand the difference between thoughts and feelings using a variety of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) activities, including sorting tasks and role playing.