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Jack & the Beanstalk Puppets

Jack & the Beanstalk Puppets

About This Primary Resource

A set of beautifully designed ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ illustrations, ideal to cut out and use as visual aid stick puppets. Features individual illustrations of Jack and his mum the giant and his wife, a cow and the goose who laid the golden eggs. This resource was designed by experienced freelance graphic designer Emma Pelling.

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  1. AnnieB

    Lovely and colourful. Thank you clever people

  2. Riana

    Thank you so very much for sharing such beautiful illustrations. I am going to use it with the story to teach English to some Spanish preschoolers.

  3. Dorothy

    These are fabulous

  4. Ronda K

    Thanks for all the fun ideas! As a storytime instructor I’m always looking for new ways to tell a familiar story.

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