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Batman Papercraft

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Batman Papercraft
Batman Papercraft

"Holy Playtime, Batman! Your whole family will love this Batman Papercraft! Grab your template today and spend hours of fun making your own caped crusader! Colored craft papers Sharpie Craft glue Pencil Scissors Turn any papercraft into a puppet by adding a craft stick to the back! Now you’re ready for a Batman puppet show! Make Batman’s belt and Bat symbol extra shiny by adding glitter! Make a Batman sensory bin by adding some Batman figures to a bin filled with rice, beans, or sand. Your kids will love digging around and playing with their favorite superheroes and villains! Read Be Brave Like Batman! together, and talk about all the ways you can be brave, too! You’ll love this exciting storytime together! Make your very own bat signal! Grab a flashlight, and attach a paper cut out in the shape of a bat. Turn off the light and flash that signal on the wall! "

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


Materials List

  • Colored craft papers
    Craft glue


  1. Select construction paper for the Batman papercraft puppet’s skin tone. Select black, white, grey and yellow colored craft papers for the rest of the patterns. Trace the mask, gloves, shoes, bat logo, pants and cape on black colored paper; trace the logo base, belt, and buckle on yellow colored paper; trace the eye patches on white paper, and trace the arms and body base on grey colored paper. Cut out the traced patterns nicely.

  2. Glue the eyepatch cutouts on the mask and then the mask on the top side of the head cutout, glue the bat logo on the logo base, glue the gloves with the arm cutouts; glue the buckle (round) in the middle of the belt strip; and glue the pant and the shoe patters on the body base pattern.

  3. Attach the belt and the Batman logo patterns on the body base pattern.

  4. Attach the head on the top side of the body base pattern.

  5. Attach the arm patterns on both sides of the body base.

  6. Attach the cape cutout on the backside of the papercraft Batman figure. Use a black sharpie to draw the mouth of the papercraft Batman figure.

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