Playtime Wheelchair Paper Doll Basketball Player

Printable wheelchair paper doll basketball player for young children

Wheelchair Playtime Paper Doll Basketball Players are on the court and ready to play. Select your team from the paper dolls and get them dressed in  uniforms provided or color your own. There are paper dolls in a variety of  skin colors and hair styles so everyone is included.


The ninth International Stoke Mandeville Games, considered the first Paralympic Games,* took place from 18 to 25 September 1960 in Rome, six days after the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games. Five thousand people attended the opening ceremony at the Acqua Acetosa Stadium. Twenty‑three nations took part, sending 400 athletes — all in wheelchairs — who competed in eight sports. Source: Paris 2024- The History of the Paralympic Games

  • White Paper
  • Printer
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • Crayons, Markers, or Colored Pencils (optional)
  1. Print our as many Playtime Paper Dolls and Hair Styles as you need  There are a variety of skin tones as well as black and white versions. The patterns for their uniforms are shown below. Just click on the color or black and white version.
  2. Get the children set up in a good work space without distractions and set them to work creating their teams. If they are going to color their paper dolls and outfits have them do it before they cut them out. It is easier.
  3. Attach the clothes and hair to the bodies with a glue stick and get ready to play.
Patterns, Templates and Printables

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