Bluey Fancy Granny Figures

Bluey Fancy Granny Figures

I know many of you may not know who Bluey or Bingo are. If you have toddlers and Disney + you should check them out! Even if you don’t have toddlers you should check it out, it is super cute.

Bluey follows the adventures of a lovable, inexhaustible six-year-old Blue Heeler puppy, with a curiosity for the world, who lives with her dad , Bandit; Mum, Chilli; and four-year-old little sister, Bingo, who regularly joins Bluey on adventures as the pair embark on imaginative play together. In every episode, Bluey uses her limitless Blue Heeler energy to play elaborate games and use her imagination that unfold in unpredictable and hilarious ways. With the setting inspired by the city of Brisbane, Overarching themes include the focus on family, growing up and Australian culture, with all of the characters representing a particular dog breed. The series was created and produced entirely in Australia.

Now that you have a little information about Bluey and Bingo, we are going to make Fancy Granny’s! This link will take you to the page where you can print the coloring pages off!

Supply List: Toilet paper rolls, scissors, crayons(markers or colored pencils.) Print out’s(2 see below), Tape or glue, Stickers or glitter paper if desired.

I did this project with my kids, after coming in to cool down from a warm day out side. They started by coloring as they pleased, please keep in mind they are 3 (not good at staying in the lines, but still good practice.) Once they were happy with how they had colored the granny’s, they got to pick out stickers. They picked troll stickers!

After having placed the stickers on Bluey and Bingo dressed as granny’s they got to practice their cutting skills, with help from mom. We then pulled out the toilet paper rolls and tape! The kids helped tape and roll the granny’s around the toilet paper rolls and tape them in place.

These are our finished project! They turned out great, the kids had a lot of fun making these. They love Bluey and Bingo which made making this project even more fun for them. They also got to practice their cutting skills, holding writing utensils properly, along with other hand eye coordination skills.

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Here is a link to the printer pages again.

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