Love the colorful pinwheels in My Talking Tom Friends? Now you and your family can make your very own! They’re the perfect spring decoration for your house and garden.
Top tip: Color both sides of the paper to make your pinwheel extra cheerful and fun.
- Pencil with an eraser
- Coloring pencils or pens
- Push pin
How to make your paper pinwheel
Children must ask for adult assistance — this activity includes the use of scissors and pins
- Cut out the square along the outside dotted line
- Color the back of the paper (for a pinwheel with alternating colors, color both sides of the paper!)
- Cut along the diagonal dotted lines
- Lift each corner and bring it to the spot marked “pin” at the center of the square
- Holding it all in place, carefully push the pin through
- Press the pin into the pencil eraser to finish your pinwheel!
Click on the image below and download your FREE pinwheels printable!