Today's guest blogger is Kate from Mini-eco and she is
sharing a life-size paper skeleton to go with one of her
favorite books, Funnybones!
My favorite kids books are Funny Bones by Janet
Ahlberg and the Meg and Mog series by Helen Nicoll
and Jan Pienkowski.
childhood. I think it's the bright and simple illustrations
that really make them so memorable. They are all pretty
funny too. I'm happy to report that my sons love them
just as much as I do which makes bedtime reading
a great experience for all!
what lurks beneath our skin(!) so I thought a life-size
paper skeleton would make a really good project. It only
takes half an hour to put together and once you
have done it you can decorate him!
The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
13 split pins
feet & lower legs.pdf (184.3K)
head & lower arms.pdf (220.4K)
lower ribcage.pdf (174.6K)
pelvis & feet.pdf (186.4K)
upper arms & upper legs.pdf (192.5K)
upper ribcage.pdf (177.3K)
hole punch you can use a skewer or something
similar to make a hole.