Fortune Teller Cootie
One of the timeless kids paper crafts. Also called “Cootie Catchers”, these fortune tellers are just as popular today as they were when I was little. There are endless possibilities for what to write to create a fun game. Use your imagination.
Two pieces of paper - large enough to make an 8" square
Note: Because one sheet of paper tends to be flimsy and rip easily on the seams. I glue two sheets of paper together. Here I glued a white and a pink to make it easier to see in the pictures. Whatever color is started on the bottom will be the color of the fortune teller.
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Kids Crafty Creations is a collaboration between Carol M. Edwards and her daughter, Kennice, as an expression of their love of crafting. In addition to easy and inexpensive crafts, activities and games, you will find articles on the importance of arts and crafts and play to child development.