Tuesday, July 20, 2010

What materials and resources can we use for making sock puppets?

Explore different things we can do with our sock puppets and materials we can use to bring our puppets to life. Research various ways of sticking things onto our puppets and other resources we can use to create unique characters. Post your ideas...

32 comments:

  1. Eyes, Wool, clothes EG: barbie clothes or baby colthes

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  2. http://www.essortment.com/all/makingsocksp_rxqf.htm
    Have a look at this website it has how to make sock puppets!

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  3. We could use googly eyes, pieces of foam sheets for hair, sheets, ice cream containers , for the mouth, and umm wool

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  4. How would you make goggly eyes Zia? What things could you use?

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  5. Chaz, do you think wool would be a good material to use for fuzzy hair? Or maybe feathers or cotton wool? What do you think? And how would you attach it to the sock?

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  6. polystiren balls could work for the eyes.

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  7. We could some material and cut two little circles and tow big circles for eyes but they will have to be in two different coulers

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  8. you could use bits of old clothing EG like rags

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  9. Felt, and feathers, foam, material, socks, vivid

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  10. we could use the hot glue gun or duct tape to stick every thing on OR just super strong gule like P.V.A glue

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  11. We could use some tree leaves like the ones just out side by the step and make little head bands for native Americans.

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  12. Hair: Wool, Hair cut off a wig, feathers Eyes: Googly eyes! Marbles.

    To attach the materials to the sock we could use: Hot glue gun, white (maybe PVA) Glue.

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  13. straws, and pipe cleans, wire, pillow stuffing,

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  14. Some good ideas for sticking things on Kate..

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  15. go to this website and look for Caterpillar sock puppet
    http://www.daniellesplace.com/html/puppets.html

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  16. Beads, buttons, fringes, googly craft eyes, felt scraps, old jewelry, masking tape, pompoms, stick-on dots, rug scraps, yarn

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  17. http://www.buzzle.com/articles/ideas-for-sock-puppets.html

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  18. we could use pipe cleaers for the hiar

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  19. Sock
    Googly eyes
    Waxed paper
    Scissors
    Glue
    Felt (colors of your choice)

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  22. markers would work because you can draw things on to the socks.

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  23. Cardboard
    Chalk
    Scissors and Paper
    sock
    Hot Melt Glue Gun
    Pink or Red Felt
    Artificial Eyes

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  24. If we wanted clothes to put on your sock puppet, you would need to get dolls clothes or teddy clothes stuff that would be a suitable size for your sock puppet. If you wanted your puppet to be an animal you would really have to think about what you would use to make your puppet look like an animal for example: A cow, you would have to find a material with cow prints on it.
    If you wanted your puppet to be a cowboy or girl you would have to find the right sized hat for your puppet.

    Hair: A sponge died black, A ball of wool.

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  25. Milk-bottle Plastic
    Fabric
    Wriggly Eye
    Small Leaves
    Small yarns pieces
    Lace

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  26. straw pipes and wool and googley eyes

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  27. I like the idea of using pipe cleaners Grace.. you could make lots of cool things with them, like feelers, whiskers, or long legs..

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