How can I use this resource?

With these folding instructions both kids and adults can create their own funny paper hats from newspaper or wrapping paper. Choose from 14 different hats, such as the night cap, the samurai helmet or the tricorn hat.

What does this resource contain?

This material contains folding instructions for paper hats and detailed step by step pictures. The hats are easy to make and require no glue or scissors. You can choose from 14 different hats to make with newspaper or wrapping paper. Some of the paper hat tutorials are:

•  Hat of All Hats: A simple and versatile hat that can be worn in many ways.

•  Dutch Cap: A traditional hat with a pointed top.

•  Samurai Helmet: A cool and fierce hat that resembles a Japanese warrior's helmet.

•  Tricorn Hat: A historical hat that has three corners and was worn by pirates and soldiers.

•  Bishop's Hat: A ceremonial hat that has a tall and pointed shape.

•  Robin Hood Hat: A legendary hat that could be worn with a feather on the side.

Which one do you want to try first?

How to craft a paper hat?

Old newspaper is actually a particularly interesting material that contains different languages, fonts, columns, graphics, comics, photos, crossword puzzles, advertisements, movie reviews, and such, and which can fire your creativity and imagination in a very special way. The effect that even simple folded hats can have is quite astonishing!

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Newspaper Hats
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Make your own funny hats with our folding instructions for 14 different hats. All you need is some newspaper or wrapping paper.

Grade Levels
Grade Levels
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th , Not grade specific
Print Yourself PDF
Print Yourself PDF
32 pages, Instant Download: 1 PDF
Skill Focus
Skill Focus
Creativity, Spatial Awareness
Subject Area
Subject Area
Arts
Arts
Arts
Paper Crafts
Popular Themes
Popular Themes
Fun & Games, Quick & Easy Crafts, Recycled Creations
Resource Type
Resource Type
Activities

Newspaper Hats

Make your own funny hats with our folding instructions for 14 different hats. All you need is some newspaper or wrapping paper.

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