If you like us are a Julia Donaldson fan – and especially a fan of her books that have been illustrated by Axel Scheffler, then this book is for you!
‘I’m Stick Man, Stick Man, Stick Man… that’s me…’
This poor stick man accidentally ends up being a variety of things – a dogs stick, swans nest, pooh stick, and other ‘make it up’ objects that sticks are generally used for… and all he really wants to do is get back home to the Family Tree.
This is a great story that is perfect for any time – but especially Christmas as Stick Man’s “claim to fame” is helping the ‘stuck man’ out the chimney – and we all know who that is!!
We love this story, the happy ending is a
You can buy the book here in paperback or hardcover.
When looking for activities and art and craft ideas I have tried to find things that are related to the actual book,
We made these Stick Men the other day!! Very Cute idea!! Click here for details…
Stick man is thought of – much to his horror – as anything but a Stick Man – what stick ideas do you have?
What do you use sticks for?
…Here are some great stick ideas!!
STICK MAN IDEAS
Stick People Community – the whole family!!! // Danya Banya
Recycled Stick Man Craft – using cardboard tubes – this guy is cute! // Lalymom
Stick Men – Make your own Stick Men complete with googly eyes // Red Ted Art
Stick Man Art, recreate the book cover beautifully // Treading on Lego
Crotchet Stick Man with this free pattern // Charlotte J Blakey on Ravelry
Stick Man Story Sack – fun for retelling the story // Play and Learn Every Day
Foil Made Mad, stick man sculpture // Tiny Minds at Play
Felt Stick Man, an easy tutorial // The Gingerbread House
Stick Man Storytelling // Early Years Inspiration
Leaf People that have stick bodies of course! // This Little Project
I have also tried to find extension ideas that could be linked to sticks…
IDEAS USING STICKS
Fancy Stick Crown, absolutely adorable headgear inspired by nature // Mama Miss
Painting Sticks – process art for children, and lots of fun // Emma Owl
Stick Loom Magic Wands, for all magic makers out there // Little Big House Tales
Weave with Nature – using sticks as the basis for a loom and nature as the filler // Child in Harmony
Fall Stick Process Art, makes beautiful home decor // Emma Owl
Homemade Wind Chimes made from painted sticks // Happy Hooligans
Rainbow Stick Painting – use sticks instead of brushes // Toddler Approved
Stick Maths, grouping and counting with sticks // Learn with Play at Home
Outdoor Shape Activity with Sticks // Creative Star Learning Company
Painted Stick Instrument – just add bells // TwoDaloo
These stick and string sculptures were so much fun to make! I loved the process of stringing things together, with no end destination in mind – just a beautiful piece of art!
Good Luck with your Stick Man projects! We would love to see how you get on!
You are always welcome to post your photos to our Facebook Wall – we would love to see them!