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Does anyone have any good resources or know any good websites for the story Kippers toybox? I would really appreciate it.

 

Thanks Karen

 

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I have the knitting patterns for all the toys. Nearly finished knitting them after 4 years + we had help from a local knitting group lol. You just don't have the time do you?

 

Sue

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Thank you to everyone for your help -much appreciated.

WOW Sue aren't you good -I definitely do not have the time -at my school-

we have meetings galore -have so many twilights per half term -e.g. next week we

are on Mon -staff meeting, Tues -governors meeting 5.30-6.30-all staff and the Tues after we have a whole day from when I get in 8 until 7.30 at night -parents curriculum evening so I barely have time for anything let alone knitting. I would love to knit the toys though -lovely idea and well done you -you'll have to let us see some photo's of your knitted items.

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I made my own props, or rather I acquired the items very easily, a slipper, a teddy, a box with a nibbled hole etc. I made a sock thing from a spare whute sock and a red felt tip pen, a snake from a sausage shaped bit of material and my mice looked like fingermouse off the telly ( do you remember that programme? If not I am showing my age!). I also made extra mice to make ten items in Kippers Toybox altogether which then opens up lots of numeracy activities too.

I am not a sewing type but the children could tell who they were meant to be!

Sharon

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