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Printable Masks For Children

PRINTABLE MASKS FOR CHILDREN

THANKS TO KAREN FOR THIS SUGGESTION.

Black and White and Colour Versions...

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Printable Three Little Pigs Masks (black and white and colour) Printable Three Little Pigs Masks (black and white and colour)

Printable Three Little Pigs Masks (black and white and colour)

5 Little Peas Masks (Each pea has a different mouth) 5 Little Peas Masks (Each pea has a different mouth)

5 Little Peas Masks (Each pea has a different mouth)

The Gingerbread Man Masks (Includes Gingerbread Man, Little Old Woman, Farmer, Cow, Pig, Horse, Fox) The Gingerbread Man Masks (Includes Gingerbread Man, Little Old Woman, Farmer, Cow, Pig, Horse, Fox)

The Gingerbread Man Masks (Includes Gingerbread Man, Little Old Woman, Farmer, Cow, Pig, Horse, Fox)

Baa Baa Black Sheep Mask Baa Baa Black Sheep Mask

Baa Baa Black Sheep Mask

Printable Easter Bunny Masks (includes black and white and colour) Printable Easter Bunny Masks (includes black and white and colour)

Printable Easter Bunny Masks (includes black and white and colour)

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Ideas for Use

Printable Masks for Children- Suggestions for Use


  • Masks are best printed or glued onto a thicker board or paper plate.

  • Tie and tape elastic around each mask or attach a wooden spoon / paddle pop stick for children to hold the mask to their face.

  • Use your printer settings to print these masks very small - make mini popstick puppets for children to retell stories.

  • Use the templates for children to write in the character traits of the mask character.

  • Glue the 'head' template onto a page and ask children to draw the body (be creative).

  • Works in well with FREE Three Little Pigs and Gingerbread Man sequencing pictures.

  • Works in well with Easter Bunny Poem.

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