About ‘Rainforest Creature Marionettes’:  

In this project, kids look at different defense mechanisms animals have developed to protect themselves, specifically focusing on rainforest creatures.

They then brainstorm the ideal creature to live in the rainforest, create marionette puppets of their creatures using cardboard tubes as their base, and paint the surface. 

A note that the Doodles Academy curriculum encourages a growth mindset by focusing on process over product: projects are designed to allow students to tell their own stories and individualize art projects. This creates a more engaging and more challenging environment where students learn to solve their own problems rather than copying a model.



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