How Do You Make A Paper Globe?
Making a paper globe can be a fun and educational craft for kids and teens. You can download and print a free paper globe pattern from the Creative Park site listed in the Resource section below. Although a color printer works best, you can use a black and white printer to make a gray-scale paper globe. Since this project requires a lot of careful cutting and gluing, it’s best suited to kids in late elementary school or older. Download a free paper globe pattern from Canon’s Creative Park, linked in the Resource section below. You can choose either a letter size pattern (standard U.S. paper size) or A4 (standard European paper size). Print pages 2 through 8 of the paper globe pattern, preferably using a color printer to make a blue and green paper globe. Cut out the Northern Hemisphere patterns on pages 2 and 3. Make sure to cut all the tabs carefully. Glue the tabs between each section of the hemisphere together, making sure the tabs are underneath the globe paper. Glue the two halves