A resource for parents to use the elements of Art and Storytime to encourage play based learning to facilitate caregiver-child interactions, increase imagination and family engagement.
Using paper dolls as the main characters, spark your child's curiosity and dive into our world of make-believe and embrace storytime, role play and learn some art along the way.
Grab your “Paper People Play” paper dolls to create your own plays and adventures while spending quality time with family and friends.
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"The Ant and the Grasshopper"- Paper People Play's original play, adapted from Aesop's Fables.☆ Join ANT (Page) as she teaches her friends, GRASSHOPPER BILL (Cowboy Mark) and COUPON (Trace E.) a valuable lesson about preparing for the future. Also starring MISS. NEWSPAPER (Tear Reesa) and Ticket as the NARRATOR.
In this time of school closures and social distancing, when your children can’t play with their friends, it’s only natural for our kids to sense and feel uneasy. As daily life looks less and less familiar, their world may feel chaotic and unpredictable.
Use play to start a conversation with our kids using our FREE paper dolls.
The importance of washing hands has never been as apparent as it is now during the pandemic. While adults have no problem understanding this, the young ones need more persistent training to make sure that they wash their hands frequently. If you’re a parent hoping to encourage your children to wash their hands, then there are several things that you can incorporate in your day-to-day lives.
A YouTube channel for parents to share with their children to encourage creativity and "family time." The hand illustrated watercolor prints of our paper dolls will motivate caregivers to inspire their children's imagination by creating their own stories/ plays and art together.