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The Wizard of Oz Masks for Role-Play

The Wizard of Oz Masks for Role-Play

About This Primary Resource

A collection of printable masks based on characters from the Wizards of Oz. Ideal for helping you recreate the story through role play in your own setting.

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  1. Charlie

    Thanks 🙂

  2. Marie

    Very nice

  3. toni

    thank you for the wonderful resources

  4. Marlie Trask

    I teach Kindergarten and would like to use these masks for Homecoming Wizard of Oz theme.

  5. Angela

    Very nice!

  6. Rebecca

    Perfect!

  7. bonnie

    fabulous masks

  8. Ann

    awesome resource. thank you

  9. Katie

    I’m so excited about the Wizard of Oz masks.

  10. Kelley

    1st grade unit

  11. Andrea

    Having a movie night and would love to use these masks!

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