Split Pin (Punch And Judy Characters)


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  • Jul 24th

    Using this for a summer holiday club about The Seaside. Thanks!

    • Jul 24th

      Hi Worzel48,
      You're very welcome :)

  • Jun 30th

    School homework project for victorian entertainment, already made the theatre. thanks

  • Apr 20th

    Victorian day art and craft activity

  • Jan 11th

    Looking at Manchester as a central focus in the rise of the railways, allowing people to start visiting the coast for breaks.

  • Oct 4th

    As part of project on British culture

  • Aug 24th

    I will use them with my students at school.

  • Jul 22nd

    My daughter has been making these at school (year 2) we are making the remaining characters as a school holiday activity.

    • Jul 22nd

      Hi laursiedoone,
      Thank you for commenting! :) That sounds great!

  • Jul 17th

    Literacy extension activity

    • Jul 17th

      Hi CaroEvans,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jul 15th

    Childrens art and craft session

    • Jul 15th

      Hi tinksone,
      Great! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jul 6th


    • Jul 6th

      Hi amidangerfield,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 23rd


  • Jun 22nd

    Year 6 Victorian Music Hall puppet show. I've blown them up to A3, laminated them and used dowel to move the arms.

    Thanks for this great time saver!

    • Jun 22nd

      Hi Nicolle79,
      You're very welcome! Thank you for commenting :)

  • Jun 12th

    Literacy short plays - puppet show!

    • Jun 12th

      Hi Whalley,
      I'm so glad to hear you like our resource so much, it is great to be able to help! :)

  • May 5th

    history of seaside holidays assembly

  • Apr 23rd

    Victorian seaside

  • Mar 14th

    Brilliant SEN KS1 Seaside History

  • Jan 6th

    Thanks so much! Needed this for my presentation and was perfect!

  • Nov 23rd

    This is great for our Year 1 seaside topic. You have saved me a lot of time. Thanks.

  • Jun 30th

    Amazing, thank you very much. In time for my lesson too! :)

  • Jun 30th

    Hi MissKemp, I have created the black and white version of this resource for you. It should soon be up on the site but in the mean time I have emailed it over to you! :)

  • Jun 26th

    Hi MissKemp, thank you for your comment, I have passed your request for a black and white version on to our resource team to see what they can do for you. :)

  • Jun 26th

    Great for my ks1 seaside topic. Are they available in black and white? Would love the children to be able to colour them themselves. Thanks :)

    • Aug 17th

      Hi there MissKemp, thanks for your comment! We now have a black and white version. :)

  • Dec 11th

    In a Y1 old toys history lesson

  • May 3rd

    To complement a Y3 playscript lesson

Split Pin (Punch And Judy Characters)

Split Pin (Punch And Judy Characters) - A fun activity, allowing your children to make their own split pin of Punch And Jucy Characters!
This resource is available in Black and White and Standard.
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    • Twinkl added Black and White Version on Jul 8th

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