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Two-dimensional cutout figures--person, animal, or inanimate objects drawn or printed on paper with accompanying clothing--have given much pleasure and imparted values and culture to thousands of children across the years. Cutouts such as those presented in Paper Action Figures of the Imagination: Clip, Color and Create are still a popular pastime, and they are a natural for instruction and learning.
Both boys and girls will enjoy cutting, coloring, and creating figures that represent units of study. The paper action figures offered here can be used to pique interest in research into a culture, a story, a time period or historical event, or an imaginary topic. Each section includes paper action figures, an edited portion from an original article published in Crinkles, Volumes I-IX, as well as a lesson plan or activity linked to national content area or information literacy standards, and an updated bibliography. Grades 2-6
|Publication Date||June 1, 2009|
|Sub Category 1||Education/General|