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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Paper Puppet: Witch Paper Puppet: Witch Third graders will enjoy making this witch paper puppet that is sure to put them in the Halloween spirit!
Christmas Greeting Card Christmas Greeting Card Let your child color this cheerful wintry scene, then turn his work into a Christmas card for others to enjoy!
Peace on Earth Greeting Card Peace on Earth Greeting Card Take out the colored pencils for this peaceful coloring page that doubles as a card for the holidays.
Triangular Pyramid Triangular Pyramid Learn more about geometry by creating a 3-D triangular pyramid!
Paper Cone Model Paper Cone Model Here's an interesting paper project for young mathematicians: creating a 3-D paper cone.
Paper Puppet: Santa Paper Puppet: Santa Ring in the holiday season with your third grader by coloring in Santa, cutting his parts out, and attaching them together to create a puppet full of good cheer!
Cube Cut-Out Cube Cut-Out Learn more about shapes by creating a 3-D paper model.
O Book O Book On your mark, get set--O! Find the words that begin with the letter O in the pictures below and put them in the book.
Square Pyramid Square Pyramid Help your child learn about shapes by building a 3-D square pyramid.
Paper Puppet: Pirate Paper Puppet: Pirate Ahoy, Mate! Third graders will get a kick out of creating their very own pirate paper puppet.
Alphabet Shapes: 'X' Alphabet Shapes: "X" Can you form a letter "X" from these colorful shapes?
J Book J Book Jumping jackalopes! Where did all these J words come from?
Alphabet Shapes: 'Y' Alphabet Shapes: "Y" These colorful shapes look out of place! Can you put them together to form a capital letter "Y"?
Alphabet Shapes: 'W' Alphabet Shapes: "W" What does the letter "W" look like? Help your beginning reader learn to form her letters of the alphabet with this cut-out activity.
8-Point Star 8-Point Star Real stars are made out of hot gas...but this beautiful 8-point star is made out of paper!
Alphabet Shapes: 'S' Alphabet Shapes: "S" Recognizing letters is the first step in building reading and writing skills.
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!