George Washington Puppet
Although we celebrate President’s Day on February 19th this year, February 22nd is Washington’s official birth date and the FreeKidsCrafts Team has designed a puppet that will make if fun to learn more about our 1st president. If you’d like to set up a situation where Washington and Lincoln have an imaginary conversation with each other about life in America today, you can add our Abraham Lincoln puppet to the fun.
Trivia: On March 14, 1905, at his second inauguration Roosevelt wore a ring with a lock of Lincoln’s hair in it . As a child Roosevelt had watched Lincoln’s funeral procession pass by his house in New York. Source: Smithsonian – Ten Fascinating Presidential Facts to Impress on Presidents’ Day
- Markers, Crayons, Pastels
- Cotton Balls or White Tissue Paper
- Tacky Glue
- Print out the pattern below.
- Color Washington’s face before you cut it out.
- Cut out the colored head.
- Glue cotton balls or crumpled tissue paper for his hair. We used pastels and cotton balls for our puppet, but you can use whatever craft materials you have handy. Colored pencils and crayons will work.
- Tape or hot glue to a dowel.
Patterns, Templates and Printables
Click on a pattern to open it in a new window to print
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