Crafts for kids who are learning about community workers by Kathy Ross

By Kathy Ross

Squirting hose puppet -- Handcuffs -- type the hair puppet -- layout a shop window -- guidance wheel puppet -- Finger forged -- Cup cat and puppy -- satisfied teeth puppet -- Grocery cart buying record holder -- favourite meal magnets -- Doll buddy cupcakes -- Apple for the trainer pencil topper -- Library bookmark -- rubbish gobbling trash can -- Mail provider dispenser for stamps or deal with labels -- ''Drain'' stick -- Sock-it-away financial institution -- Plastic bag flora -- Jackhammer puppet -- ''Check less than the hood'' car.; get pleasure from crafts whereas studying approximately what neighborhood staff do on their jobs

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Com Jan Barger, originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, now lives in Plumpton, East Sussex, England with her husband and their cocker spaniel, Tosca. She has written and illustrated a number of children’s books and is known for her gentle humor and warm, friendly characters. She also designs greeting cards, sings with the Brighton Festival Chorus and plays piccolo with the Sinfonia of Arun. Together, Kathy and Jan have written and illustrated the Learning is Fun series.

Woof! Meow! Meow! 37 “Drain” Stick Here is what you need: long cardboard tube from wrapping paper aluminum foil cellophane tape hole reinforcer pom-pom 38 white craft glue two large wiggle eyes polystyrene packing “peanuts” Here is what you do: 1. Wrap the cardboard tube in aluminum foil, folding over the excess foil at the bottom to close the end of the tube. Do not close the top of the tube yet. 2. Drop about four packing peanuts into the tube to make the draining water sound. 3. Fold the foil over at the top of the tube to close it.

5. Glue the two wiggle eyes to the side of the tube. Glue the pom-pom under the eyes for the nose. Stick the hole reinforcer to the tube below the nose for the mouth. To use the “drain” stick, gently tip it back and fourth to hear the gentle sound of draining water. You might need to tap the end of the tube on the floor to get the peanuts moving if some static electricity has built up and is making them stick together. 39 Sock-It-Away Bank Here is what you need: small margarine tub with lid discarded sock yarn white craft glue red pom-pom scissors red, black, and white construction paper Here is what you do: 1.

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