After reading “Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug” by Jonathan Stutzman, everyone got to make baby T-Rex Finger puppets! Kids can color their dinosaur however they want, then put their fingers through the holes, and practice giving T-Rex hugs!!
You can download a copy HERE for FREE. For my storytime, I printed these on card stock to make them more durable. You can get four dinosaurs per sheet, though I blew up the one in the picture so my sausage fingers would fit through 🙂 I also pre-cut all the holes since it’s kind of a pain to make parents do it with the safety scissors. I feel this would also be a good craft to add for a T-Rex Tea Party
Thanks to book artist Jay Fleck for allowing this resource to be distributed for FREE to teachers and librarians. Permission was given by artist Jay Fleck via email on 2/21/2020, on the condition that the resource is given out for free.
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This is ADORABLE. One of my favorite picture books (and the sequel is coming!)! Thank you so much for creating this!