What I love about them, is that they are "no mess" and that the kids have free reign. Also, I have noticed a significant development in Pip Squeak's dolls -you can really see how her fine motor skills are improving and how she is beginning to explore colours and patterns (the early dolls were ALL pink! Ha).
All you need is one peg doll and some felt tip pens.
The felt tip pens work surprisingly well and it means you can do these with big groups of children with relatively low mess.
In this istance I did help with the hair - It is straight forward to do - check out our Mermaid Peg Doll post for more.
But the kids also love adding simple glitter hair as per our Pirate Peg Dolls.. or why not
add some wings and make Fairy Peg Dolls? I am sure the kids will adore them!
The great thing about these dolls, is that they have fun making them, have total ownership and it also results in LOTS of play afterwards.
About the Author: Maggy Woodley, is a crafty mum of two! She loves everything about crafts and loves nothing better to recycle and forage for craft materials –making crafts economical and fun.
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