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This is a great quiet activity, it's not too messy either. Don't aim for perfection, the giggles are greater that way!


Material

  • 1 Packet of multicoloured non toxic plasticine
  • 1 Favourite book or movie
  • 1 Inspired and motivated mum!

Method

  1. Settle down with your little person or people and begin to read or watch a favourite story
  2. Using the book or movie as a guide replicate to your or their best ability the characters of the story from your plasticine.
  3. For added fun use your characters as puppets and film a recreation!

Notes

You can use plain clay or play dough but I love the vibrant bright colours of plasticine!



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  • mle00
    • 02 Mar 2014
      12:49 am

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  • These look so good! memories

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  • Classic bert and ernie right there

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  • I had oodles and oodles of fun with plasticine when I was a kid. I used to recreate our meals in miniature. They were pretty impressive

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  • Ernie and Bert they just look amazing love your craft work


    • You could create the whole of sesame street

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  • Great idea. Lots of fun for kids to create their fave characters.

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  • Bert and Ernie look gorgeous! Love it!

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  • Wow! You are amazing and artistic. Bert and Ernie look amazing. Thank you for sharing.

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  • ha ha ha ha ha made me laugh

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  • Awesome idea! Haven’t played with plasticine since I was a child. Kids will love it. Thanks for sharing! :)


    • lol neither had i but loo at this stuff, amazing.

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  • you are good at making bert and ernie. thanks for sharing this

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  • Very cool plasticine people very creative

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  • Thanks for sharing. A good creative holiday activity. Lots of fun for everybody.


    • These are terrific and ones we made were pretty good.

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  • Like kids being given opportunities to use their imagination and creativity! Good activity for this!

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  • Love play dough

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  • looks fun, thanks for sharing

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  • Love it and the fun it brings

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  • i can’t wait til my son is a little bit older so we can make Plasticine people together!

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  • I still remember how much fun my girls and me used to have playing with play dough and plasticine.

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  • Ah I don’t know how well my characters would turn out, as I’m not very artistic. Probably give the kids nightmares.

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  • These look so cute! Thanks foe sharing this idea :)

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