Paper Projects Worksheets and Printables

Paper projects get you to turn plain paper into games, bookmarks, banners, and more! Show your kids that making toys and crafts doesn't need to be complicated or expensive by doing some of these paper projects together. Your child will be amazed when he sees his worksheet be cut, folded, and taped into a sunny picture frame, a standing police station scene, or an ox mask. These worksheets are not only fun, they are also great practice for kids who are developing their fine motor skills. Try these paper projects with your child, and have fun!
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Science Valentine Cards Science Valentine Cards Get into the spirit of science this Valentine's Day with some adorable science valentines!
Here are more than 20 different designs to make paper snowflakes so you can bring the winter in and keep the cold out! Find lots of templates and coloring pages in this set to keep kids busy whether they're stuck indoors or yearning for that sense of snow.
All Kinds of Paper Snowflake Templates Here are more than 20 different designs to make paper snowflakes so you can bring the winter in and keep the cold out!
Science Valentine's Day Cards Science Valentine's Day Cards Unleash your inner science geek with these sweet science valentines!
Celebrate 100 Days of School! Celebrate 100 Days of School! Help your child recall moments and memories from her school year thus far.
Cupcake Valentines Cupcake Valentines Send some sweet greetings this Valentine's Day with cards you can print and color yourself!
Vampire Valentines Vampire Valentines Add a spooky twist to your Valentine's Day with vampire valentines!
Valentine Cards to Print Valentine Cards to Print Send a little love to everyone this Valentine's Day with these colorful, printable valentine notes, complete with a card for mom and for dad!
Hanukkah Cards! Hanukkah Cards! Share warm wishes this Hanukkah with a coloring page that turns easily into a greeting card!
These Hanukkah greeting cards are a festive way to celebrate the Festival of Lights. Kids can make complete greeting cards by coloring and folding these printables and adding a unique greeting to the inside.
Hanukkah Greeting Cards These Hanukkah greeting cards are a festive way to celebrate the Festival of Lights.
Want a fun way to teach your child how to tell time? Check out this set of paper watches. They feature several standard times for each hour, making them the perfect accessories for any time of day.
Watch Time! Want a fun way to teach your child how to tell time?
Hanukkah Greetings: Make a Menorah Card Hanukkah Greetings: Make a Menorah Card Pass on some Hanukkah greetings with this homemade card your child can make herself.
Tired of generic, store-bought Valentines? Mix it up with these adorable printable Valentines and surprise someone special this February 14th.
Printable Valentines Tired of generic, store-bought Valentines? Mix it up with these adorable printable Valentines and surprise someone special this February 14th.
Valentine Decorations Valentine Decorations Get in the spirit of Valentine's Day! Your little one can create pretty cards for classmates, or decorate her valentine mailbox.
Chanukah Card Chanukah Card Hanukkah greetings! Your child can make this homemade card as part of the Hanukkah celebration, or as a way to teach him about the holiday.
Ice Cream Wrapping Paper Ice Cream Wrapping Paper Get ready for that next birthday bash with some colorful ice cream wrapping paper that you can print from home!
Sunburst Wrapping Paper Sunburst Wrapping Paper Before you celebrate a special occasion, wrap your gifts in this unique and colorful wrapping paper that you can print from home!
Paper projects get you to turn plain paper into games, bookmarks, banners, and more! Show your kids that making toys and crafts doesn't need to be complicated or expensive by doing some of these paper projects together. Your child will be amazed when he sees his worksheet be cut, folded, and taped into a sunny picture frame, a standing police station scene, or an ox mask. These worksheets are not only fun, they are also great practice for kids who are developing their fine motor skills. Try these paper projects with your child, and have fun!