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Pop Up Books Children Can Make

Welcome to the 2nd weekly edition of Tutorial Tuesday!

In this video, I'll show you, along with my lovely assistant, how easy it is for a child to make a pop up book. (Please, do excuse the barking dogs and crying baby.)

Materials needed for this project:

This post is linked at A Soft Place to Land and Works For Me Wednesday.

*Remember to come back on Thursday so see what the 4 Moms say about grocery budgets.

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  1. Connie, I do believe I will achieve hero status with two young pop-up enthusiasts courtesy of your post! 😉 Thx bunches!

  2. Perfect! I think we will make pop-up get well cards for Grammy tomorrow – she fell and broke her hip and is recovering at home! The kids have been eager to make cards to cheer her!

  3. Love this idea and Heather’s comment! I do believe we might make a pop up card for Great Grandma for Easter.

  4. Great idea for cards for loved ones! Thanks for the tutorial. We have a pop-up book set from Creativity for Kids that we are going to be using soon, too.

    Creative and Curious Kids!

  5. My kids were so thrilled with the books I made them after watching last week’s tutorial. When I watched this today, my little four year old was standing by begging me to make him one.

    I can’t wait to see what you have for next week’s tutorial. The pressure is on!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    Just wanted to thank you for these fun ideas. My kids and I watch together and last week my nine year old’s books came out perfectly… mine not so much! Oh well the kids are enjoying them thank you! :)

  7. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

  8. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!! My daughter has a project due in school about dinosaurs and I thought a pop up book would be fun to do. I’ve been surfing the net for about 45minutes trying to find an “easy” pop up book a 7 year old could make when I found your fabulous video…..SO HAPPY I DID!!!!!! Thank you again.


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