To use the mice in playdough, laminate before
curling around and taping in place, the tabs should now be strong enough
to insert into balls of brown dough without folding over on themselves and
be protected from any oil that's in the dough.
|| Hickory Dickory Dock - nursery rhyme mouse puppet printable
- Print the outline
mice picture via your device's menu, cut each one out and colour in as wanted.
- Then starting
at the nose tip, curl each face around onto itself to form a cone .
- Bring the
'insert' tabs together and on top of each other, secure the joining edge
in place with sticky tape.
- Finish off
by fold the ears upwards so that they frame the face.
- To add whiskers
cut 3 4cm lengths of yarn and tape them at the centre to the bottom of a
The little mouse in the middle of the picture below can also be used as finger
slip puppet. Cut a small strip of paper and curl it around finger. Trim and
sticky tape the edge in place so that it slides on and off the finger easily.
Attach the mouse to the top of the newly made paper ring using a double sided foam pad, sticky tac or glue.
to the Hickory
Dickory Dock clock rhyme & mouse activity page
Buy a digital
copy of the Hickory Dickory Dock activity with full colour mice - international
TIP: use the print size setting on your
browser to magnify or shrink the pictures for smaller and larger play.
The rhyme is thought to feature the
astronomical clock located in Exeter Cathedral - wikipedia
Please use the pictures in any non-financial way. Do not upload them to another
website or claim them as your own.
All are written and illustrated by Ruth Grimes © 2016 in support of
children and adult's creative play.