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Little Angel Theatre, London, UK

Jess shows you how to create a Silver Stars Decoration inspired by the story 'Silver in the Sky' an original story by Joni-Rae Carrack and Iain J Scott. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/C0A7OZcqZSo

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- Scrap cardboard
- Around 2-3 round objects for different sized stars , e.g a small bowl & mug
- Glue stick and optionally Sellotape
- A pen and a sharp pencil
- Scissors
- A ruler
- Silvery/shiny paper, could be leftover Christmas wrapping
- String, thin ribbon or wool
- A long stick or bamboo cane (60cm+, depends on amount of stars made)

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online.... 

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/suppor...

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Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

Jess shows you how to create a Silver Stars Decoration inspired by the story 'Silver in the Sky' an original story by Joni-Rae Carrack and Iain J Scott. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/C0A7OZcqZSo

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- Scrap cardboard
- Around 2-3 round objects for different sized stars , e.g a small bowl & mug
- Glue stick and optionally Sellotape
- A pen and a sharp pencil
- Scissors
- A ruler
- Silvery/shiny paper, could be leftover Christmas wrapping
- String, thin ribbon or wool
- A long stick or bamboo cane (60cm+, depends on amount of stars made)

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online....

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/suppor...

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox:
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TheLittleATheatre
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Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

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Make a Silver Stars Decoration | Activities for Children

Jess shows you how to create a Tom Thumb Finger Puppet, inspired by the story 'Tom Thumb' read by Ashton Owen. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/ffoPkv5KbWQ

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- Plain scrap paper (A5 is plenty)
- Colouring pencils or pens
- Glue stick and optionally Sellotape
- Scissors
- A ruler

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online.... 

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/suppor...

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox:
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Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/
TheLittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelT...
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

Jess shows you how to create a Tom Thumb Finger Puppet, inspired by the story 'Tom Thumb' read by Ashton Owen. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/ffoPkv5KbWQ

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- Plain scrap paper (A5 is plenty)
- Colouring pencils or pens
- Glue stick and optionally Sellotape
- Scissors
- A ruler

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online....

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/suppor...

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox:
https://littleangeltheatre.com/join-o...
Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/
TheLittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelT...
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

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Make a Tom Thumb Finger Puppet | Activities for children

Jess shows you how to create a Paper Plate bear mask, inspired by the story 'Clever Cakes' by Michael Rosen. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/NDaSHRqFXBU

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- 2 x Plain Paper Plates
- A pair of Scissors, a Glue stick and Sellotape
- Colouring Pencils or Pens
- 4 Split pins
- 2 x Elastic Bands
- Stapler
- Elastic or Ribbon/Thick Wool

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities. 

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox:
https://littleangeltheatre.com/join-our-mailing-list
Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/
TheLittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

Jess shows you how to create a Paper Plate bear mask, inspired by the story 'Clever Cakes' by Michael Rosen. Watch the story here: https://youtu.be/NDaSHRqFXBU

Music: www.bensound.com

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

For this craft, you will need:
- 2 x Plain Paper Plates
- A pair of Scissors, a Glue stick and Sellotape
- Colouring Pencils or Pens
- 4 Split pins
- 2 x Elastic Bands
- Stapler
- Elastic or Ribbon/Thick Wool

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities.

If you’ve been inspired by this video, you can learn to make your own puppet show at home: https://youtu.be/MT85z5NUbFU

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox:
https://littleangeltheatre.com/join-our-mailing-list
Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/
TheLittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre

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Make a Paper Plate Bear Mask | Activities for Children

In this video Ruby shows you how to make Danish paper heart decorations, inspired by chapter 24 of The Christmas Nisse.

For this craft, you will need: scissors, a pencil, PVA glue, two pieces of different coloured A4 paper and a piece of scrap paper or card.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. 

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

In this video Ruby shows you how to make Danish paper heart decorations, inspired by chapter 24 of The Christmas Nisse.

For this craft, you will need: scissors, a pencil, PVA glue, two pieces of different coloured A4 paper and a piece of scrap paper or card.

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make Danish Paper Hearts I The Christmas Nisse I Activities for Children

Join puppetry director and designer Toby OliĂ© as he shows you how to make your own puppet theatre complete with puppets and scenery. You can download the template here: https://bit.ly/38wpoGS. To learn more about Toby’s puppetry visit TobyOlie.com.

You will need: Our template (https://bit.ly/38wpoGS) and access to a printer; a sharp pencil; puppet control rods (e.g. kebab sticks, chopsticks or pencils); string; tape; scissors; cardboard (e.g. cereal boxes); glue; colouring pencils, pens or paints.

Watch Toby show you how to make the anteater puppet from 'What Does an Anteater Eat?' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPEbrigztRg

Watch our series on making a puppet show at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT85z5NUbFU

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

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Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox: https://littleangeltheatre.com/join-our-mailing-list
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Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre
Toby Olié website: https://www.tobyolie.com
Toby Olié Twitter: https://twitter.com/TobyOlie
Toby Olié Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tobyolie

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Music is ‘Holiday’ by JayJen & Osheen
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https://youtube.com/osheen
Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0
Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-holiday
Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/i-ZlZ49oZ78

Join puppetry director and designer Toby OliĂ© as he shows you how to make your own puppet theatre complete with puppets and scenery. You can download the template here: https://bit.ly/38wpoGS. To learn more about Toby’s puppetry visit TobyOlie.com.

You will need: Our template (https://bit.ly/38wpoGS) and access to a printer; a sharp pencil; puppet control rods (e.g. kebab sticks, chopsticks or pencils); string; tape; scissors; cardboard (e.g. cereal boxes); glue; colouring pencils, pens or paints.

Watch Toby show you how to make the anteater puppet from 'What Does an Anteater Eat?' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPEbrigztRg

Watch our series on making a puppet show at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT85z5NUbFU

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since our doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. During this period of isolation we are releasing daily online resources to help you keep creative at home, on our YouTube channel and on our website: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

All of our online activities are being made available for free. If you are able to consider making a donation - however small - to help us survive during this challenging time, it would be greatly appreciated: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

-

Sign up to the Little Angel Theatre newsletter for activities delivered directly to your inbox: https://littleangeltheatre.com/join-our-mailing-list
Subscribe to Little Angel Theatre YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/TheLittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://instagram.com/littleangeltheatre
Toby Olié website: https://www.tobyolie.com
Toby Olié Twitter: https://twitter.com/TobyOlie
Toby Olié Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tobyolie

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Music is ‘Holiday’ by JayJen & Osheen
https://soundcloud.com/jayjenmusic
https://youtube.com/osheen
Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0
Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-holiday
Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/i-ZlZ49oZ78

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Make Your Own Cardboard Puppet Theatre I Activities for Children

In this video Jessica shows you how to make a peppernuts biscuits, inspired by Chapter Ten of The Christmas Nisse.

For this recipe you will need: 220g plain flour, 125g butter/margarine, 125g caster sugar, 1tsp baking powder, 1tsp vanilla extract, 1 egg or 3tbsp vegan yoghurt, 1/2tsp of ground cinnamon, ground allspice, cloves and cardamom, 1 whole star anise (optional). 

Royalty free music: www.bensound.com.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

In this video Jessica shows you how to make a peppernuts biscuits, inspired by Chapter Ten of The Christmas Nisse.

For this recipe you will need: 220g plain flour, 125g butter/margarine, 125g caster sugar, 1tsp baking powder, 1tsp vanilla extract, 1 egg or 3tbsp vegan yoghurt, 1/2tsp of ground cinnamon, ground allspice, cloves and cardamom, 1 whole star anise (optional).

Royalty free music: www.bensound.com.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make Peppernuts I The Christmas Nisse I Activities for Children

In this video Ruby shows you how to make a poster with an acronym of your name, inspired by Chapter Six of The Christmas Nisse.

For this craft, you will need: a pencil, a ruler, some glitter pens, felt tip pens, a piece of paper and foam shapes or other decorations. 

This is a craft activity you can do at home. 

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

In this video Ruby shows you how to make a poster with an acronym of your name, inspired by Chapter Six of The Christmas Nisse.

For this craft, you will need: a pencil, a ruler, some glitter pens, felt tip pens, a piece of paper and foam shapes or other decorations.

This is a craft activity you can do at home.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make an Acronym Poster I The Christmas Nisse I Activities for Children

Make a Pop-Up Christmas Card I Activities for Children

In this video, Jessica shows you how to make paper finger puppets, inspired by the characters of Anne-Lise and Bruno from The Christmas Nisse story. Donate to Little Angel Theatre: http://bit.ly/2Wilwox

For this craft activity, you will need: white card or thick paper, two split pins, scissors, glue, sellotape, colouring pens or pencils.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

In this video, Jessica shows you how to make paper finger puppets, inspired by the characters of Anne-Lise and Bruno from The Christmas Nisse story. Donate to Little Angel Theatre: http://bit.ly/2Wilwox

For this craft activity, you will need: white card or thick paper, two split pins, scissors, glue, sellotape, colouring pens or pencils.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Tune in every day from 1-24 December 2020 for a new chapter of The Christmas Nisse Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1KjhRh0F8o&list=PLoj9np3ZxflDJ7BHO4p17A0me85_yyN7N

Find out more about the story: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch/the-christmas-nisse/

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/watch

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make an Anne-Lise Finger Puppet I The Christmas Nisse I Activities for Children

Laura shows you how to make your own Chanukiah (or Chanukah Menorah) in the lead up to Chanukah, the Jewish festival of lights. Download the template here: https://bit.ly/2V6BIHr

For this craft activity, you will need: our Chanukiah template (https://bit.ly/2V6BIHr) printed on white card; red and yellow cellophane, acetate or coloured sweet wrappers; one sheet of black card; a yellow pencil; a black felt tip pen; scissors; glue; coloured pens, pencils or paints.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

On each of the eight nights of Chanukah, a new branch of the Chanukiah is lit. The central branch, known as the shamash, is for a candle which is used to light all the other candles. 

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Laura shows you how to make your own Chanukiah (or Chanukah Menorah) in the lead up to Chanukah, the Jewish festival of lights. Download the template here: https://bit.ly/2V6BIHr

For this craft activity, you will need: our Chanukiah template (https://bit.ly/2V6BIHr) printed on white card; red and yellow cellophane, acetate or coloured sweet wrappers; one sheet of black card; a yellow pencil; a black felt tip pen; scissors; glue; coloured pens, pencils or paints.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

On each of the eight nights of Chanukah, a new branch of the Chanukiah is lit. The central branch, known as the shamash, is for a candle which is used to light all the other candles.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Chanukiah Window Display I Activities for Children

Laura shows you how to make your own advent calendar in the lead up to Christmas. Download the templates here: https://bit.ly/3pTbLJU

For this craft activity, you will need: two sheets of white card, our templates and access to a printer (https://bit.ly/3pTbLJU) or you can draw your own, scissors, glue, a black pen, a pencil, a ruler, white or blu tack, coloured pens or pencils, and decorations e.g. glitter or sequins.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Advent Calendars help us count down the days until Christmas, and traditionally are decorated with moments from the Nativity scene - but you'll be able to decorate your advent calendar however you like.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Laura shows you how to make your own advent calendar in the lead up to Christmas. Download the templates here: https://bit.ly/3pTbLJU

For this craft activity, you will need: two sheets of white card, our templates and access to a printer (https://bit.ly/3pTbLJU) or you can draw your own, scissors, glue, a black pen, a pencil, a ruler, white or blu tack, coloured pens or pencils, and decorations e.g. glitter or sequins.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Advent Calendars help us count down the days until Christmas, and traditionally are decorated with moments from the Nativity scene - but you'll be able to decorate your advent calendar however you like.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make an Advent Calendar I Activities for Children

Laura shows you how to make a paper lantern to celebrate Diwali, the festival of light. Download the Rangoli pattern template here: https://bit.ly/36v1mLy

For this craft activity, you will need: coloured card or paper, felt tip pens, glue, sellotape, a pencil, scissors, a ruler (if you have one), tracing paper or baking paper, Rangoli pattern templates (available here: https://bit.ly/36v1mLy, or draw your own), sequins or other decorations, and an LED candle (please don't use a real candle). 

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Diwali is a Hindu festival, celebrating victory of light over darkness, good over evil. This year it will be celebrated on 14 November 2020.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Laura shows you how to make a paper lantern to celebrate Diwali, the festival of light. Download the Rangoli pattern template here: https://bit.ly/36v1mLy

For this craft activity, you will need: coloured card or paper, felt tip pens, glue, sellotape, a pencil, scissors, a ruler (if you have one), tracing paper or baking paper, Rangoli pattern templates (available here: https://bit.ly/36v1mLy, or draw your own), sequins or other decorations, and an LED candle (please don't use a real candle).

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

Diwali is a Hindu festival, celebrating victory of light over darkness, good over evil. This year it will be celebrated on 14 November 2020.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities/

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Diwali Lantern I Activities for Children

Laura shows you how to make a paper plate firework display to celebrate Bonfire night. Download the template: https://bit.ly/3oZ0OGc

For this craft activity, you will need: our template of the houses of parliament (or you can draw your own), a white piece of paper, two paper plates, blue and black tissue paper, coloured pencils, scissors, glue, sellotape, two lollipop sticks, split pins and sequins or other decorations. 

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

In 1605 Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the houses of parliament by putting lots of gunpowder in the basement. Now he didn't succeed, thankfully, so every year on the 5th of November we celebrate Bonfire Night in the UK. 

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Laura shows you how to make a paper plate firework display to celebrate Bonfire night. Download the template: https://bit.ly/3oZ0OGc

For this craft activity, you will need: our template of the houses of parliament (or you can draw your own), a white piece of paper, two paper plates, blue and black tissue paper, coloured pencils, scissors, glue, sellotape, two lollipop sticks, split pins and sequins or other decorations.

This is a craft activity you can do at home. You may need an adult to help you with some of the cutting.

In 1605 Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the houses of parliament by putting lots of gunpowder in the basement. Now he didn't succeed, thankfully, so every year on the 5th of November we celebrate Bonfire Night in the UK.

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Paper Plate Firework Display I Activities for Children

Ellie shows you how to make a marionette puppet inspired by 'Pinocchio'.

This is a craft activity you can do at home, for children ages 5-11. 

For this activity you will need: a toilet roll tube, an egg box, glue (pritt stick), bottle caps, string, bamboo skewers or twigs, scissors, a pencil, newspaper, coloured paper (or white paper coloured in or painted), a big needle or other sharp object (and an adult to help you with this!). 

Watch Gilbert Taylor reading 'Pinocchio' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-Ci1VLdaIs

Maybe you could act out your own version of the story?

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Ellie shows you how to make a marionette puppet inspired by 'Pinocchio'.

This is a craft activity you can do at home, for children ages 5-11.

For this activity you will need: a toilet roll tube, an egg box, glue (pritt stick), bottle caps, string, bamboo skewers or twigs, scissors, a pencil, newspaper, coloured paper (or white paper coloured in or painted), a big needle or other sharp object (and an adult to help you with this!).

Watch Gilbert Taylor reading 'Pinocchio' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-Ci1VLdaIs

Maybe you could act out your own version of the story?

To download additional resources, visit: https://littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Pinocchio Puppet I Activities for Children

Ellie shows you how to make a rabbit finger puppet inspired by 'The Velveteen Rabbit'. Download the template here: https://bit.ly/3enor5s

This is a craft activity you can do at home, for children ages 5-11. 

For this activity you will need: some scraps of fabric, a needle, embroidery or sewing thread in various colours, scissors, wool, a fork, pens or pencils and a printer to print out our template. 

Watch Maia Kirkman-Richards reading 'The Velveteen Rabbit' story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7soEZB1614

Maybe you could act out your own version of the story?

To download additional resources, visit: https://www.littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the 
imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Ellie shows you how to make a rabbit finger puppet inspired by 'The Velveteen Rabbit'. Download the template here: https://bit.ly/3enor5s

This is a craft activity you can do at home, for children ages 5-11.

For this activity you will need: some scraps of fabric, a needle, embroidery or sewing thread in various colours, scissors, wool, a fork, pens or pencils and a printer to print out our template.

Watch Maia Kirkman-Richards reading 'The Velveteen Rabbit' story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7soEZB1614

Maybe you could act out your own version of the story?

To download additional resources, visit: https://www.littleangeltheatre.com/online-shows-and-activities

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate

Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the
imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Rabbit Finger Puppet I Activities for Children

Louisa Ashton shows you how to make a stop-motion animation, inspired by her reading of 'The Selfish Giant'. 

For this tutorial you will need: A camera or phone, a tripod or phone stand, paper, card or fabric, some materials from outdoors (e.g. pebbles, leaves or twigs), paper puppets, a computer, video editing software or an app, and an adult to help you. 

Watch Louisa's version of 'The Selfish Giant' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iLY_hXpvQM

Remember to share your animations with us if you have a go! Email info@littleangeltheatre.com or share with us on social media: 
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleangeltheatre
Louisa Ashton Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoulouAshton

Download more activities and resources here: https://littleangeltheatre.com/schools-and-community/at-home-resources

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate/

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the 
imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping  tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.  

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

Louisa Ashton shows you how to make a stop-motion animation, inspired by her reading of 'The Selfish Giant'.

For this tutorial you will need: A camera or phone, a tripod or phone stand, paper, card or fabric, some materials from outdoors (e.g. pebbles, leaves or twigs), paper puppets, a computer, video editing software or an app, and an adult to help you.

Watch Louisa's version of 'The Selfish Giant' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iLY_hXpvQM

Remember to share your animations with us if you have a go! Email info@littleangeltheatre.com or share with us on social media:
Little Angel Theatre Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleATheatre
Little Angel Theatre Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleAngelTheatre
Little Angel Theatre Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleangeltheatre
Louisa Ashton Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoulouAshton

Download more activities and resources here: https://littleangeltheatre.com/schools-and-community/at-home-resources

Donate to Little Angel Theatre: https://littleangeltheatre.com/support-us/donate/

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Little Angel Theatre is a home for puppetry. Since its doors first opened in 1961 the theatre has been dedicated to creating and sharing inspiring stories. Puppetry is at the heart of this innovative theatre, from igniting the
imaginations of the youngest minds to equipping tomorrow’s puppeteers with the tools they need to succeed. As well as being an internationally recognised theatre with productions touring throughout the UK and across the globe, Little Angel Theatre also has its roots in Islington, and works with its local, diverse community to break down barriers to arts engagement so all can benefit and enjoy this remarkable art form.

“Little Angel is nothing less than an icon of north London childhood” Time Out, 2016

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Make a Stop Motion Animation I Activities for Children

Puppetry director and designer Toby OliĂ© shows you how to make the anteater puppet featured in his retelling of Ross Collins's ‘What Does an Anteater Eat?’.

To download the custom puppet template featured in the video, visit: https://bit.ly/3dR3BLa

You will also need: some thin cardboard (such as a cereal box), scissors, skewers or chopsticks, a pencil, split pins (or string/wire if you don't have them), tape and glue. 

Watch 'What Does an Anteater Eat?': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1b5hwVpvcg

Watch our series on making a puppet show at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT85z...

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Based on the book written and Illustrated by Ross Collins, shared with permission of Nosy Crow Ltd. 

Buy the book HERE: https://bit.ly/34YcT4Y

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Music:
Penguins by Vlad Gluschenko https://soundcloud.com/vgl9 
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Puppetry director and designer Toby OliĂ© shows you how to make the anteater puppet featured in his retelling of Ross Collins's ‘What Does an Anteater Eat?’.

To download the custom puppet template featured in the video, visit: https://bit.ly/3dR3BLa

You will also need: some thin cardboard (such as a cereal box), scissors, skewers or chopsticks, a pencil, split pins (or string/wire if you don't have them), tape and glue.

Watch 'What Does an Anteater Eat?': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1b5hwVpvcg

Watch our series on making a puppet show at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT85z...

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Based on the book written and Illustrated by Ross Collins, shared with permission of Nosy Crow Ltd.

Buy the book HERE: https://bit.ly/34YcT4Y

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Music:
Penguins by Vlad Gluschenko https://soundcloud.com/vgl9
Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0
Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/-penguins
Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/IAuKHcshJqw

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Make Your Own Anteater Puppet from 'What Does an Anteater Eat?' | Activities for Children

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