Rainy day art activities
Help your child learn about shapes by building a 3D square pyramid. Color, cut, fold and glue the flaps together to create a square pyramid your child can learn and play with!
Use this rectangular prism cut-out to help your child whose learning more complex geometric shapes, or for the student who needs practice finding surface area or volume of an object.
Learn more about geometry by creating a paper triangular prism! What's a triangular prism? This one makes for fun math learning and great decoration. Check it out!
Here is a fun project for you and your child to share! Build an entire city with this series. Here is a police car, to fight crime in your paper city.
Create your own unique work of paper art with this fun pop-up. Flex your fine motor skills and practice understanding spatial relationships.
Need a distraction from all those electronics? Here is a great paper project for you and your child to share: build a city together!
All cities need a school bus! Help your child cut out and tape this fun printable, and she'll be on her way to building her own city.
Looking for a rainy-day activity? Start building a city with this series of cars and buildings! Here's a taxi cab to start you off.
Learn more about geometry by creating a 3D triangular pyramid! Color, cut, fold and glue together the flaps to create a triangular pyramid you can learn and play with.
Learn more about shapes by creating a 3D paper model. This cube cut-out can help your child explore the faces and architecture of a simple but important geometric shape.