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HOW TO MAKE: Weaved Yarn on cardboard cutouts for Kids. We love this tutorial as it shows how versatile cardboard can be! Via Made by Joel

blue city-- draw the city and then have the children come out one at a time, pick a house and color it in with prisma colors

Lovely way to use shapes and color to create detail and interest.

Kids old enough to safely use scissors can turn a pile of empty cardboard boxes and containers into a city.

CUTE IDEA: Let kids draw, color and cut 3D paper city, farm, zoo, forest or any other place to use as miniature video scenario. Puppets can be handled from above with straws. Yano, inspiring families with fresh ideas on parenting at www.yano.co.uk, www.facebook.com/... and Yano

shine brite zamorano Dunlavey's crystal cities

Perspective - - looks like construction paper squares as the roofs with the houses drawn down from there. Love the colors, too!

Usborne See Inside: Big book of papercraft. This would work as a background for superheroes project.