Peter Pan Crafts

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Peter Pan Crafts
J.M. Barrie wrote the novel "Peter Pan." ( Images)

"Peter Pan" has become immortalised by J.M. Barrie in his novel about the boy who never wanted to grow up. This novel has captured audiences worldwide and been made into a stage play and even several very successful films. Fans of the story can delve deeper into the story by making crafts.

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Lost Boys Crafts

The Lost Boys represent a gang of children who have been separated from their mothers and live under Peter's care in Neverland. In the story, they are constantly asking Wendy to make them pockets and tell them stories. Use this as a jump start for sewing lessons. Ask the children to cut out a piece of fabric in a pocket shape, about 6 inches by 6 inches. Have the kids sew the fabrics together and place little items inside of them for safekeeping. Place the pocket on the child's wall to keep him safe.

Pirate Crafts

Captain Hook and his cohorts are always trying to get Peter Pan. These crafty men who sail the seven seas in search of Peter are pirates, so have your children make pirate-themed crafts. Instruct children to cut out a small, round piece of paper and staple an elastic string to it to make a pirate eye patch. They can also take paper towel rolls, paint them gold, and use them as telescopes to look for Peter Pan.

Peter Pan Crafts

Peter Pan is an interesting character because he refuses to grow up and can't keep his shadow on. Have your children make drawings of Peter and hang them up on your wall. Create shadows with your kids by having them lie down on a black piece of butcher paper. Trace them and then cut out the "shadow." Children can hang their shadows on the wall to make sure they don't lose them.

Wendy Crafts

Wendy Darling is the oldest Darling child who flies away with Peter on his journey. Get into the Wendy spirit by making thimble necklaces, which Wendy refers to as a kiss in the book. Have children place beads and other charms onto a string, along with a thimble to represent Wendy. Girls may also have fun creating hair bows like Wendy's. Purchase a large ribbon from the craft store and have the child tie it into a bow. Take the bow and glue it onto a hair clip so your child can easily wear it any time.

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