PTA members Cheryle Parkin, standing, and Laurie Orchard, at right, teach Farmington Elementary School students about hand puppets. In an effort to help the 750 students at the school learn about children with special needs, PTA members and teachers gave them brown paper lunch sacks last week and told them to return the next day with items that could be used to make the sacks into hand puppets. Orchard and Parkin were amazed at the imagination the children displayed and were pleased with the number of students who participated. The puppets will be on display at the school for two weeks and then will be delivered to the young patients at Primary Children's Medical Center. During the week-long event, PTA members and teachers showed students films and initiated projects to acquaint them with children who are blind, deaf, crippled, or who suffer from birth defects and mental and physical disorders.