Jane, A couple of weeks ago my 3rd graders finished shadow puppet folktales.
I videoed them and we put them on local cable. Just darling. How large
were the ones you did? Linda W. in Norman, OK
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From: "Jane Altshuler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Sunday, May 05, 2002 11:57 PM
Subject: Re: Searching for a few quality short term projects
> We made shadow puppets with the fifth grade last year and they turned out
> great. We actually had only a few kids running through all of them to
> the others on Halloween. They had to use exacto knives (which made them
> very grown up) to make all the interesting cuts for a light/shadow show.
> problem they had was making their arms and legs wide enough - they wanted
> make these spindly little things that we couldnt even put a hole in
> tearing them. If I did it again, I would make a size requirement. Kids
> these and they were very scary. Jane