Why not give a agamograph instead of a Mother’s day card? This fun mother’s day craft will entertain kids of all ages.
Let them color in the agamograph, fold it and gift it to the best mom out there.
Night and day theme (or sun and moon) is a perfect one to be explored through an agamograph.
Print out the agamograph (two versions and instructions are included), and let the kids color and fold it. Once folded the picture will switch from day to night, from sun to moon, as you move it left and right (or you move around it).
Explore the life cycle of a butterfly with this fun no prep craft. Print out the agamograph template (best on cardstock) and let the kids color it in. Once they are done coloing it, let them cut it out. Last but not least comes the folding part – kids need to fold along all the parallel lines (make an accordion). All done.
Make the first day of school memorable with this no prep Back to school craft.
Print out the template and hand it out to your students along with their favorite coloring supplies (crayons and markers both work out well). Have them color in the template, cut along the agamograph outline and fold along all of the parallel lines.
As they change the viewing angle two pictures will show – one with an apple and one with a pack of crayons.
Celebrate summer with a summer agamograph. This fun no prep activity is perfect for summer break, just print it out and offer it to the kids along with their favorite coloring supplies.
Once they are finished with the coloring, let them cut out the rectangle outline and fold along all of the parallel lines.
Explore the changing of the seasons with this fun craftivity!
Print the 4 seasons agamograph template, have the kids color the seasons and fold the agamographs. You can also stick the two agamographs together.
This project can be done individually, with each child completing the project on their own, or in pair with each of the kids preparing two of the seasons.
This wonderful Halloween craft is a great activity for both classroom and to make at home.
Print out the template, have the kids color in the illustrations, cut the agamograph and fold it along all the parallel lines (making mountain and valley folds).
As you move the agamograph left and right, changing the viewing angle, two pictures will appear.
This dog and cat agamograph makes a great addition to your pets unit study. Whether your students are fans of cats and dogs this agamograph caters them all.
Print out the template and instructions, let the kids color in their agamograph and fold it. Once complete, they will be able to enjoy the images changing as the kids change the looking angle.
Instead of sending a Christmas card this year, why not surprise your close ones, or your student’s families with a clever little agamograph.
This Christmas craft is a no prep activity, all that’s needed is a printed template, scissors and coloring supplies (and glue if you go with the version 2 of the template). Quick and fun.