Toddler Lost a Glove? Make a Fun Penguin Finger Puppet Play

Recycle your lost gloves into a Penguin Finger Puppet Show

Are your kids constantly losing a glove? Turn that frown upside down and recycle the lonely glove into a handful of fun. Grab a shoe box, decorate it with a green cloth, and you have an instant puppet studio. Enjoy!

How to Recycle your lost glove and make a Penguin finger puppet show
Easy Finger Puppets from Kid's Glove.
Kids can design each finger to go with a story or write their own script. Our puppets include a foamy, Halloween spider, a fun ladybug, a cute penguin, a starry night, and a giant snowflake. Imagine the possibilities.

Tip: 
Grab a copy of Goodnight Moon and make a bunny puppet, a moon, bears in chairs, or kittens with mittens.

You might also like: Moon Theme Fun Day


Recommended Reading:

Gingerbread House with Popcorn Snow

Bear Stays Up for Christmas Book


Lora Langston
Lora Langston

Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.

4 comments:

  1. We added glitter all around the snowflake and stars.

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  2. This is adorable! I love finding ways to bring books to life. I have pinned it as a must do in the near future. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Tuesday Tots. We hope you will drop by next week, and show us what fun you have been up to!

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  3. This is great I have a lot of single gloves - although most are mittens and now will be adapting some to make hand puppets - I love the idea of using them with a favourite book as well.

    Thank you for linking up to Tuesday Tots

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