Posted on July 26, 2021 at 6:00 am
This week on Page Turner Animal Adventures we are exploring Safari Stories.
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We hope you have a roaring good time with Page Turner, Kenny, and their friends and special guests!
What animal eats upside down? How many hearts does an octopus have? Can you hop as high as a kangaroo?
These questions and more will be answered during the Sofa Safari Game Show, the interactive show that takes you on a safari without leaving your sofa!
This week’s project is to make something that’s part craft and part optical illusion.
You’ll need a clear sealing storage bag (Ziploc or any other brand), black and white construction paper, and permanent markers to make this jungle safari project.
Illustrator David DePasquale shares his debut picture book A Wisdom of Wombats and invites you to explore the wonderful words we use to describe groups of animals.
We also get to draw with David. He’ll give us some tips and tricks for all future illustrators and animators!
David is the lead character designer on “Arlo the Alligator Boy,” a new Netflix movie available now. You can visit his website at: davidadepasquale.com
Get ready for a roaring good time when Jim Hammond shares some backstage stories and show you how to be a puppeteer.
Plus, you get to see a bonus craft video that shows you how to make your own “hand puppets.”
To learn more about some wonderful puppeteers and the work they do, visit: puppetnetwork.net
Every animal needs a superpower to survive. Cheetahs have speed, chameleons have camouflage, and birds have flight.
Meet real live animal superheroes in this “wild” program.
And visit TeachersofNature.com to see how you can book your own incredible animal expert!