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Playful Factory: Monster Puppet Free Toy Giveaway

Make Your Own Monster Puppet

by Melissa and Doug This free toy giveaway is great! It creates hundreds of crazy creatures with its interchangeable parts! Carrying case is filled with weird and wacky eyes, ears, antennae and more for quirky creativity! Suction cup hands are included for window display. Plus it's a hand puppet too! Dimensions: 8" Diameter x 12"H Packaged Recommended Ages: 3+ years

Free Toy Giveaway Details

To enter this giveaway, you must participate in this weeks design process. It’s easy, just add research images, safety tips, sketches, or prototypes as a comment to one of the posts this week and you will be entered to win this free toy giveaway. To increase you odds of winning; participate more than once in the design process, subscribe to get email updates, or like us on our new facebook page. Read more details about our giveaways here. Playful Factory will draw a winner randomly Monday, September 13th. This giveaway includes free shipping within the US. Good luck!

  1. Bowman
    September 12th, 2010 at 21:18 | #1

    This is our favorite puppet at our house. I love to teach using it too. You can slip little papers in the curlers for children to pick songs to sing or clues, etc. The curlers make the puppet!

  • Bowman
    September 12th, 2010 at 21:13 | #2

    I’d like a wearable full size little girl dancer puppet. I’ve seen a Barbie My size like this, but I’d like a ballerina. Something like this photo, but she would velcro or elastic to the girls wrists, and ankles. Matching tutus would be great.

  • Bethany
    September 12th, 2010 at 08:48 | #3

    Oooh, cool!

  • Tassi Smith
    September 11th, 2010 at 20:07 | #4

    I love that Monster. They had that puppet at the children’s museum in downtown Mesa.

  • Mama Smith
    September 11th, 2010 at 08:20 | #6

    We used to make Jim Henson type puppets for our kids to tell scripture stories. Puppets are such an effective teaching tool. Monster puppets could be used to help children overcome fears and also teach the difference between reality and fantasy. Besides, they are fun!

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:26 | #7

    my old lady

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:25 | #8

    fabric old lady. I like the idea of the clear tummy where the animals go, this way the younger kids don’t get nervous wondering where the animals went.

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:25 | #9

    Sweet old lady

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:24 | #10

    felt old lady

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:23 | #11

    My favorite puppet to use is the one we affectionally call “Grandma”, when in reality, it is the old lady who swallowed a fly. The children ask for this puppet and accompanying song over and over. Here are some great old lady puppets that can be purchased, or made – at all skill levels.

  • Tiffaney
    September 11th, 2010 at 06:19 | #13

    I use puppets all the time in my preschool music classes. At the beginning of the year, I use a puppet to explain the classroom rules. The children seem to pay more attention to the puppet than to me. If a rule is being broken, I can just remind the child of the puppet, and they quickly improve their behavior.

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