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Mr Krabs Papercraft

This is another character in cartoon series SpongeBob Squarepants. Mr. Krabs is a wealthy, salty, red crab, and very greedy. He lives in rusty anchor with his 16-year old daughter Pearl. He is the owner and founder of the Krusty Krab restaurant. If you already make SpongeBob and Patrick Papercraft, then you must be interested to make Mr.Krabs Papercraft too.

So, this is the preview :


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SpongeBob Squarepants Papercraft

SpongeBob Squarepants is the most popular animated serial on television today. SpongeBob is a naive and goofy sea sponge who lives with his pet snail, Gary. SpongeBob has a dream to be the ocean’s ultimate fry cook. He is worked as a frycook at the Krusty Krab.
I’m sure if you have a kids, they watch this cartoon. Now you can make the SpongeBob papercraft with your kids at home. This papercraft is very simple and easy.
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Make a Pororo Papercraft

After sponsoring Pororo Blogger Template, now I found Pororo papercraft.. You should try to make this cute blue penguin Pororo. This is the preview :


Cuteeeeeeee…. you can download the template in pdf file here and print it.

You also can download Pororo Blogger Template for your kid’s blog here.

 

 

Sea Creatures Decoration

This papercraft is simple and cute. You can make it with your children and make it for decoration at your house. Hang this papercraft from the ceiling or a doorway in your children’s room. Look at the picture, you will get a clownfish like Nemo, butterfly fish, and other sea creatures bob up and down in this fun string decoration

If you interesting you can download the file here

Make Sundial Papercraft

Do you know what is Sundial?

A sundial is a device that measures time by the position of the Sun. In common designs such as the horizontal sundial, the sun casts a shadow from its style (also called its gnomon, which is a thin rod or a sharp, straight edge), onto a flat surface marked with lines indicating the hours of the day. The style is the time telling edge of the gnomon. As the sun moves across the sky, the shadow-edge progressively aligns with different hour-lines on the plate. Such designs rely on the style being aligned with the axis of the Earth’s rotation. Hence, if such a sundial is to tell the correct time, the style must point towards the true north (not the north magnetic pole or south magnetic pole) and the style’s angle with horizontal must equal the sundial’s geographical latitude.

You can make sundial papercraft with your kids by print this template. You also need to teach your kids about this easy science. It will be fun to see the time in this sundial.


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