Waldof: Table Puppets

Waldorf table puppets have to be one of the most powerful things I have ever taken into my teaching practice.  They are simple standing puppets.  People make them in a variety of ways and materials.

 This table puppet is a part of a late spring Nature Table.  She is made of wool felt.
 This table puppet is made of roving and sits as a little scene in a kindergarten.
 Here are two table puppets made by a sweet teacher in my Waldorf training.  It is Grandfather and Granddaughter.
 Carol would tell the story of Grandfather and Granddaughter.  It was an ongoing story.
 Here is a simple knitted table puppet.
Here is another wool felt puppet.

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Comments

  1. Aimee Ferguson says:

    Do you have tutorials on how to make the puppets and dolls?

    • Sally says:

      I do! I will be releasing it on the blog in the next few months! What for details!

  2. Stephanie says:

    I would also love to make these to use in my preschool class! Just lovely!

    • Sally says:

      Aren’t they just magical? I know the children will love them!

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