Bridge for the Troll

Japan
March 22, 2017 2:40am CST
I am supervising some fifth grade girls who are finishing props for the play. We are doing "Three Billy Goats Gruff" and they are almost done making a bridge front out of cardboard and construction paper. Another student made masks for the goats and trolls. I'm not artistic but the kids have good ideas. It's a good thing they are better at art than I am! Would you be good at making props for a play?
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@Inlemay (16713)
• South Africa
22 Mar 17
Oh how lovely - with our ballet and dance school we are always making props and finding out easier ways to do them - the thing today is finding a less expensive way as well, because then rarely get used again and such a waste. Good Luck
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• Japan
22 Mar 17
This bridge was made from corrugated cardboard boxes that contained deliveries to the school, construction paper and tape. The masks are halves of paper plates. The kids who used them can take them home after the production. Some kids also made "snack cookies" by folding scraps of brown construction paper for the "mom" in the story to pass out to her kids.
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@Inlemay (16713)
• South Africa
23 Mar 17
@petatonicsca sounds like plenty of Great work went into making all the props - thats the best time
@Tampa_girl7 (25846)
• United States
26 Mar 17
I loved that story as a child
@JudyEv (129804)
• Bunbury, Australia
22 Mar 17
It is amazing what wonderful ideas people/children are able to come with when making props for plays.
@carexing25 (1826)
• Philippines
22 Mar 17
it's a fun activity for me..