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Story Masks

Submitted by Karen (26-01-2013)

 

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE NOW AVAILABLE :   PRINTABLE CHILDREN'S MASKS

 

Hi,

I would love some colour and black and white printable masks for role play and story retell.

It would be great to have some sets to go with some familiar stories and rhymes such as 'Who Sank the Boat', 'Five Monkeys Jumping on the Bed', 'I Went Walking' etc.

You have such amazing resources already, but these would also be great.

Thanks for your amazing resource.

Karen

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Emma (17-04-2013)

Loving the masks for the shy children who do not want to perform in public can either wear them or use them as a prop for a puppet show.
Thank you xoxox


Natalie (06-02-2013)

Yes this would be really good.


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