Little man will be 4 sooon. At the moment, he loves Peppa and George, he watches 2 episodes of Peppa Pig every night before going to bed.
Peppa Pig is part of his little life. He learned from Peppa Pig that (in his own words) “mummy Pig works in the computer and does important work ”, that “George can’t talk because he is a baby”, that “Mummy Rabbit had two babies in her tummy, one was a girl and one was a boy”.
So far, Peppa Pig is in some ways teaching him some important lessons in life, that babies come from mummy’s belly, that babies can’t talk and that mummies need the computer to do “some important work”.
When I asked him about his hero, he immediately replied: “Peppa Pig”. I wasn’t surprised as he is a big Peppa Pig fan, he was over the moon when we went to watch Peppa Pig Live Show at the theatre in December.
If you would like to reproduce the picture, you will need coloured pencils, crayons, coloured paper, scissors, glitter, glue and pipe cleaner.
First Peppa Pig was drawn in pink paper, then carefully cut around Peppa. Then little man coloured her dress with pink crayon. Green and gray papers were used to create the grass and sky in the background, by glueing them together.
Peppa Pig was then glued to the background. Yellow crayon was used to draw the sun and blue pencil to draw the cloud in the sky. Yellow pipe cleaner was glue to the sun and blue pipe cleaner to the cloud.
Glue was added to Peppa’s dress so red glitter could stick to it. Green pen was used to draw the grass, then glue to stick green glitter to the grass and green pipe cleaner.
The final result is little man’s hero: Peppa Pig walking in the grass wearing a pretty red dress in a sunny day.