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Fun and inventive venture for kids

Fun and inventive venture for kids and young. If you want to rediscover the simple fun of paper folding or teach your teenagers how to make an effortless paper boat, this article will give you all the tools you need.

Materials needed:

  • A sheet of cardboard (12 × 12)
  • Chinese dragon head to print and color
  • 6 straws
  • Scraps of paper for the oars
  • Scotch
  • Markers or pencils
  • A glue stick
  • A hole punch


  1. Fold the sheet in half from the front.
  2. Turn the model over.
  3. Fold the top tips towards the center crease.
  4. Fold the top side down.
  5. Turn the model over and fold down the other side. Secure with a bit of glue.

Make the dragon scales using acrylic paint and round stencil brushes. Cut out small pieces of paper that will use to form the oars. Punch holes to pass the straws through—print the Chinese dragon head model in duplicate. Cut out and color. Glue them to the end of the boat and cool drawing ideas.


Fun and inventive venture for kids and young

Steps 1, 2, 3, 4:

  1. Lay the square of paper with the white side facing up.
  2. Fold the writing on the diagonal.
  3. Fold the lower tip forward and unfold.

Steps 5, 6, 7:

  1. Flip the fold over and rock the model as shown below.
  2. Fold the paper in half from right to left and unfold.
  3. Fold the bottom half up and evolve.

Steps 8, 9, 10, 11: Fold the upper point and the lower point towards the central crease. Fold the left and right tip upwards.

Steps 12, 13, 14, 15: Fold the left flap down and unfold about 1 cm from the central crease (picture 14). Tuck the slight edge into the pocket by slightly spreading the sides of the model.

Steps 16, 17, 18: Turn the model over and fold the bottom corner to the middle. Turn the boat over.

This paper boat model would be the perfect slight decorative accent for an invitation card or a greeting card.

Steps 1, 2, 3, 4:

  1. Lay the square of paper white side up.
  2. Give the paper in share and discover.
  3. Fold the right side over the centerfold.
  4. Close the left-hand side to the middle.

Steps 5, 6, 7:

  1. Fold the bottom side up and unfold.
  2. Fold half of the bottom side over the centerfold you just made.
  3. Open the lower left tip.

Steps 8, 9, 10, 11:

  1. Lay down the part you just opened.
  2. Open the lower right tip.
  3. Flatten the new closed shutter.
  4. Turn the model over.

Steps 12, 13, 14:

  1. Fold the top edge down.
  2. Fold to mark the fold on step 15.

Steps 15, 16, 17, 18:

  1. Fold the right side of the top to the center (step 17).
  2. Do the same with the left side.
  3. Pressing down on the center with your left hand, fold the right side towards the center.
  4. Lay flat to form an inverted triangle.

Steps 19, 20, 21, 22: Do the same with the left side. Flip the model over, and it’s done. Now you can draw small portholes on it.

Make a pretty marine-themed birthday decor


  1. Take a large-format road map (91 × 122 cm), unfold it thoroughly, and fold the top side down.
  2. Lay the card with the folded side up. Fold the two top tips toward the center of the card.
  3. Fold the lower front part up, turn the model over to the other side and repeat the operation.
  4. Press it down to flatten the card nicely.
  5. Insert your hand into the pocket to spread the sides, change the folding direction.
  6. Fold the underside from opposite towards the top tip. Apply the figure above and do the equivalent on the other rival.
  7. Put your hand back into the pocket, pull the sides apart, and lay flat.
  8. Spread both sides slightly to open the model.
  9. Cut two triangles out of white paper to make the sails. Slightly curl the longer and shorter sides to create a wind-blown sails effect.Also Read: Arts And Crafts

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