Munch, crunch—apples taste SO good! Now you can wiggle and giggle your way through a finger-puppet apple. Your finger is the squirmy worm!
Apples are a delicious, nutritious fruit. Insects and birds like them, too. Sometimes, insect eggs in wild apples grow into little worms. Think what fun a worm could have munching its way through a juicy apple! Here’s how to make a fun finger puppet—where your finger becomes the wiggly worm.
On a recycled file folder, draw a large apple with Crayola® Washable Markers. Will your apple be green, red, yellow, or variegated colors? Make your drawing larger than your hand.
Add apple details, such as a stem and leaves, to make your puppet interesting.
With Crayola Scissors, cut a finger-sized hole in your apple. Poke your finger through the hole. Wiggle it to make it look like a worm. Are you hungry for an apple yet?
Munch, crunch—apples taste SO good! Now you can wiggle and giggle your way through a finger-puppet apple. Your finger is
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