“Prickly Hedgehogs!” by Jane McGuiness and Hedgehog Puppet

Creative Projects

Read Prickly Hedgehogs! by Jane McGuiness and make a cute little hedgehog puppet who goes in and out of a cardboard toilet paper tube log.

In Prickly Hedgehogs! by Jane McGuiness the sun has set, and Hedgehog’s day has only just begun. She’s out and about, snuffling through layers of leaves and twigs as she searches for bugs and other things to eat. Young animal lovers will enjoy following Hedgehog and her little hoglets through towns and gardens, parks and woodland, as they sniff-sniff-sniff for food. The facts threaded throughout this inviting story augment the charming illustrations and will satisfy the most inquisitive of readers.

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You Will Need:

Toilet Paper Cardboard Tube
Paper
Craft Stick
Scissor
Glue
Markers

What to Do:

1. Print out a little hedgehog or draw one like seen in my photo or video and cut it out and color it.

2. Glue the paper hedgehog to a crafts stick.

3. Decorate a cardboard tube with brown or black markers to look like a log.

4. Once dry, have the hedgehog puppet go in and out of the log.

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