This Ninja Puppet craft is super fun to make! If you have someone in the house that likes ninjas, this craft is perfect! Find out how to make a DIY ninja paper bag puppet in just a few minutes of time!
Be sure to check out my Paper Bag Frankenstein Puppet for a fun Halloween craft idea for the kids! It’s always a good idea to have multiple options to keep that creativity flowing.
The Importance of Imaginative Play
While it’s true that playing with toys is great for play, let’s not forget that the kids can have hours of fun playing with this paper bag puppet. This just proves that they don’t need fancy toys or anything that costs a lot of money to be creative!
Imaginative play may not come as easy to some kids as it does to others, but the more that they try it, the more that they’ll learn while doing it. This is a great activity that not only has them creating the paper puppet but also playing with it as well.
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Supplies Needed for This Ninja Brown Bag Puppet
Just gather up the simple supplies and get ready to have a ninja puppet in no time at all! These supplies are what I use for most puppet crafts so keep them handy!
- Paper Bag
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How to Make a Ninja Puppet Out of a Paper Bag
Download and print out the ninja template.
Cut the template out and trace it onto colored paper.
Cut the pieces out.
Glue the pieces onto the paper bag.
Get the Ninja Template here.
- Paper Bag
- Download and print out the ninja template.
- Cut the template out and trace onto colored paper.
- Cut the pieces out.
- Glue the pieces onto the paper bag.
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!