Paper Fruits

by Nick Pan

Fruits and tasty and healthy and children love them. Help them familiarise themselves with the different kinds of fruits available with this easy and neat experiment.

Skill Level: Easy

Suitable For: 3 - 4 years old

Estimated Time: < 15 mins

Environment: Indoors

Paper Fruits

Learning Framework

  • Physical - None

  • Intellectual - People and cultures, observing, comparing, classifying, sequencing, asking questions, problem solving, communicating

  • Emotional - Self-directed learning, appreciation, inventiveness, engagement

  • Social - Know what is right and what is wrong, be able to relate to others

Materials

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Step 1

Colour the net of the fruit.

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Step 3

Glue the flaps and construct the fruit.

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Step 5

Draw leaves on a piece of paper and cut them out.

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Step 7

Put the fruits into a fruit bowl and display them!

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  • Print Out

  • Scissors

  • Glue

  • Crayons

Step 2

Cut out the net and fold in the flaps.

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Step 4

Repeat Steps 1 to 3 to create more fruits.

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Step 6

Apply glue to the back of leaves and paste them onto the fruits.

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