Make Batman paper crafts with your comic-loving son, feature these crafts at school or make them at your child's Batman-themed party. Get your inspiration from new and classic Batman cartoons and comic book series. Your daughter may even want to use some her finished paper crafts as added decor in her room.
Print out Batman colouring pages for your kids to colour from online sources. You can find pages featuring modern and old-fashioned Batman and Robin along with other characters or scenes from the comic or cartoon. Encourage your kids to combine these pages to make a book or frame the best coloured picture and hang it up in your child's room. Cut out the coloured characters to use for other craft projects.
Sticker and Art Collage
Make a Batman sticker and art collage. Give the kids white card stock paper and help them draw Batman figures and other characters with coloured pencils. Adorn the border with bat stickers and batmobile stickers. You can also place the stickers in random places also. Glue yellow paper bat symbols on the collage along with other bat decorations that your kids like.
Show the kids how to paint Batman and his friends on poster board or cardstock paper. Let the kids look at comic book pictures see what they come up with. Some kids might also want to paint Batman's castle, car or other characters such as the Joker. The kids can paint without stencils or assistance or draw the characters with pencil first and then paint the picture.
Use paper and an old shoebox to create a bat box for your son's Batman toys. Tape black and dark blue paper all around the box and lid until it's totally covered. Adorn the outside with Batman stickers or yellow paper bat symbols. Your child might also want to cut out some of his coloured Batman pictures and glue this on the outside of the box. Fill the inside with Batman cars, dolls and other accessories.
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