The Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet is a tried and tested helper in nurseries, play groups, schools, care homes for the disabled, therapy and at home. The hand puppet is fun to play with, is a trusted listener and helps you to fall asleep.
- A helpful friend during a trip to the Doctor or in hospital
- Open-mouth puppet with tongue and hands to play with
The Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet – simple to play with in a variety of ways
The Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet works in a special way: you can control her mouth and tongue with one hand by putting your hand through her head. It couldn't be easier to open and close her mouth. You can use your other hand to play with the puppet's hands. You can also play with both of her hands at the same time to lift up objects, clap her hands together or wave and bring her to life. She can also happily occupy herself by leafing through books and playing with toys. Her clothing is partly removable. Lotta's dress has 2 pockets which serve as places to put your favourite toys or rewards.
- Size: approx. 65 cm
- Place in a pillow case and wash on a gentle wash at 30°C
The Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet for fun playing with puppets in therapy
The Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet has a variety of uses when caring for children, older people and in therapy. The moving tongue makes the puppet perfect for speech therapy. In psychotherapy, the puppet acts as an intermediary between the therapist and patient to allow access to traumatised and emotionally burdened children and teenagers, as well as for interactive role play or use in medial therapy. Also ideal for memory work with older people. Cuddly hand puppets are inviting to cuddle and are lovable sleeping aids for children at home. Lotta is always ready to listen and is a trustworthy listener.
The must-have puppet when caring for children or the elderly, and for use in therapy. Order the Living Puppets "Lotta" hand puppet online from Sport-Thieme.
5 useful tips and techniques for playing with your hand puppet:
- It is important to make eye contact with your puppet and have your puppet make eye contact with your audience
- Practice with your puppet in front of your mirror so you can follow your movements accurately
- React to your puppet and treat it as if it were alive
- Have confidence with your puppet and in your abilities first before presenting to your audience
- Try having your puppet whisper in your ear at first instead of having it speak out loud straight away