Jimmy Carter Craft for Kids: Make a Paper Bag Puppet

Jimmy Carter Craft for Kids for President's Day: Paper Bag Puppet Pattern

Jimmy Carter was the thirty-ninth (39th) President of the U.S.  A Georgia Democrat, he is known for his forward thinking on environmental issues, as an advocate for human rights, peace making, and for owning a peanut farm. Enjoy!

Here's a cute paper bag puppet craft for early elementary and preschool kids. To make the president puppet, just print, cut-out, color, and glue to a paper lunch sack. 

Jimmy Carter Craft for Kids for President's Day: Peanut Pattern
Printable Peanut for Jimmy Carter Craft
Jimmy Carter Craft for Kids Preschool Elementary Facts Paper Bag Puppet
Jimmy Carter Face for Puppet Craft

Click on the images for free printables.

Use this tie to decorate your President Puppet

In 2002, Mr. Carter was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work "to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development". Presidents Barack Obama, Theodore Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson were also awarded the prize.

Jimmy Carter was the first president born in a hospital.

Recommended Reading:

The Little Baby Snoogle-Fleejer by Jimmy Carter*

The Jimmy Carter Story *

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