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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Joy to the World Card Joy to the World Card With some colored pencils and card stock paper it's easy and fun to create joyous homemade cards and wish joy to the world this holiday season!
Star of David Card Star of David Card This two-page printable features the Star of David card design in festive blue, or in black and white to add your own color to.
Happy New Year Card Happy New Year Card Here's a great coloring activity where your child can color and decorate her own greeting cards to ring in the new year!
Hidden Ghosts Hidden Ghosts Get silly with this Hidden Ghosts game! Kids will hunt for the hidden ghosts, and then write out a sentence to tell where they found their ghost.
Halloween Luminaries Halloween Luminaries Make Halloween luminaries to celebrate the season!
Flower Crown Flower Crown Declare yourself Queen or King of Spring with this flower crown craft!
Paper Easter Basket Paper Easter Basket No need to get spendy with your Easter basket this year—make a mini version with this paper Easter basket craft.
Easter Egg Holder Easter Egg Holder Protect your precious egg hunt plunder with this Easter egg holder craft.
Bookmark Book Review Bookmark Book Review This worksheet will have your child assemble and decorate a bookmark while reviewing story sequence as divided into beginning, middle, and end.
Sun Mosaic Sun Mosaic Your child can make her own sun mosaic out of simple materials you most likely have lying around the house, such as tissue paper and construction paper.
Map of My Heart Map of My Heart This Valentine's Day, your child can make a "Map of My Heart," a map that doesn't chart arteries and atriums, but her most treasured people, places, and things.
Sports Valentines Sports Valentines Print out these sports valentines cards, great for kids who just aren't into the fluff and frill of Valentine's Day.
Blank Computer Keyboard Blank Computer Keyboard Quiz your beginning typist on her knowledge of the computer keyboard with this blank template.
Origami Star Origami Star Make your own 3D origami star by cutting out the strip of paper and folding it according to the instructions and pictures provided.
Little Red Riding Hood Finger Puppets Little Red Riding Hood Finger Puppets Capture the excitement of Little Red Riding Hood with these four finger puppets.
Rectangular Prism Cut-Out Rectangular Prism Cut-Out Use this rectangular prism cut-out to help your child learn more complex geometric shapes, or practice finding the surface area or volume of an object.
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!