Build a Komodo Santa Claus - an excellent Christmas make

Build a Komodo Santa Claus - an excellent Christmas make


Keep little hands and minds occupied over the holiday season with this Christmas Make.

Build a Komodo Santa Claus:

KomodoSanta

Here's How:

We've tried to make the paper-toy super easy to build, and our test builders, aged 9 and 7, managed okay - with a tiny bit of grown up help.

Here are the instructions:

  1. Print the paper-toy in colour onto A4 sized stiffish paper,  200g paper is ideal
  2. Cut out the body parts and accessories - making sure you also cut out the many glue flaps
  3. Starting with the bigger body parts, fold all flaps first then glue - we found Pritt stick to be ideal
  4. The arms and tail are double-sided - so need to be stuck together
  5. When you are done, we'd love you to post a Super-Santa Photo onto our Facebook Page or Tweet us on @HelloKomodo or send it to hi@komodomath.com and we'll post for you - First names (only) will be mentioned 

Here's the Komodo Santa Claus paper-toy:

Right Click & Save As to Download the PDF template
Right Click & Save As to Download the PDF template


Here's the 2 page PDF printable template to get started.

 

I'm Ged, Co-founder of Komodo, ex-maths teacher and dad. If you have any questions please get in touch.

About KomodoKomodo is a fun and effective way to boost primary maths skills. Designed for 5 to 11 year olds to use in the home, Komodo uses a little and often approach to learning maths (10 minutes, 3 to 5 times per week) that fits into the busy routine. Komodo users develop fluency and confidence in maths - without keeping them at the screen for long.

Find out more about Komodo and how it helps thousands of children each year do better at maths - you can even try Komodo for free.

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