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Print the downloadable template on white construction paper and color in Pocoyo with colored markers. You can choose from various T-shirts.
Cut out all the pieces making up the figure with scissors.
With a glue stick, paste Pocoyo’s neck to the back of the T-shirt.
With the help of a knitting needle, make holes in the circles indicated on the arms, legs, and T-shirt. Notice that some holes are larger than others.
Use the brass fasteners to join the arms and legs to the back of the torso, sliding them through the large holes.
Cut two short lengths of string or thread to attach one arm to the other, and one leg to the other, threading the string through the small holes with the help of the knitting needle. Tie knots to secure them, leaving the string neither too loose nor too taut.
Cut a piece of string about 15 cm in length and tie one end to the middle of the string uniting the arms. Tie another knot to the middle of the string uniting the legs, leaving a length of string to hang below Pocoyo, enough so that you can pull on it comfortably.
Tighten the fasteners, but just enough to allow the arms and legs to swing up and down freely.