Paper White House
This Paper White House is a super fun printable American craft for Kids. All you need is some paper, scissors, glue and a printer and you're ready to make your own version of this great American symbol!
Ages: 4 and Up
Preschoolers can do this craft if you do the cutting for them ahead of time!
Here's what you'll need...
• Printed Paper White House*
• Blue and green construction paper
* Instructions for template: The template will open in a new window; close this window when you are done printing to return to the activity page. You will need Adobe Reader to open the template. If you do not have it you can download it for free here.
Here's how you make it...
1. Prepare your background paper. Glue a small strip of green paper onto the bottom of a full sheet of sky blue paper.
2. Cut out your printed paper White House. Cut around each piece of the building itself, and don't forget to cut out the flag! Have a look at the smaller cut out, you'll notice some small rectangles with the words "cut out" in them. You will need to cut out all of these rectangles to make the "pillars" on your White House.
3. Glue the biggest (or back of the White House) onto your construction paper - as if the building is sitting on the green grass.
4. Now you will need to put on the front "pillar" section of the building. Have a look at the smaller part of the building, you'll notice a dotted line at either end, fold along the dotted line in the direction of the arrows.
5. Glue each folded end onto your White House where it says "Glue here". It is made to stick out in an arch and be three dementional.
6. Last, but not least, glue on your American flag!
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