Still looking for the perfect Father’s Day crafts for the kids? Why not print out our Father’s Day agamograph template and let the kids make a very unique DIY gift for their dad?
This can be done as a classroom project or at home.
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We love Easy Peasy and Fun games, and if you visit our site a lot, we’re sure you’ve noticed.
If you’re new to our site (or just want more agamographies), in addition to Father’s Day, we think you should definitely check out some of the following:
- summer cloud map
- 4 seasons group photo
- cat and dog photo
Very funny, isn’t it? We made one for Mother’s Day a while ago, so one for Father’s Day is an absolute must.
This will let the father in the family know that the son loves the father; well, the father already knows that, but you know, it never hurts to listen or read it over and over again.
When you view the agamograph from a different angle, another image appears, this time of a tie and some beards and stars.
Simple and fun! So, are you ready to create your own? let’s do it!
How to make an agamography for Father’s Day
what do you need:
- Our printable template (get it at the end of this tutorial)
- Coloring Supplies: Everything From Colored Pencils to Markers
- A pair of scissors
- Optional: Scoring Tool
- Thicker paper (regular and best paper also works).
step by step explanation
Start printing the model. We recommend using thicker printer paper because not only will it last longer, but it is also easier to color with a marker (if you choose to color with a marker).
Folding with thicker paper can be a bit difficult, so if you’re working with young children, regular paper + colored pencils are your best bet.
Color the model. To help you colorize, you can also use the attached reference file, which contains the entire image.
When you’re done coloring the agamograph, cut it out.
Tip: To make the folds really straight, run a scoring tool (or a similar tool, like the string in our example) on the lines of the agamograph.
This makes folding easier and folds neater.
Ready to double down? Start on one side (whichever it is) and alternate valley and mountain folds (also known as accordion folds) throughout.
Press after each fold (you can also place a wooden stick in the folds) to get them clean.
Continue to fold to the other end.
Gently pull on the ends to stretch the agamograph slightly and enjoy the alternating images.
Download Father’s Day Agamograph Template
Click here for model numbers: Version 1; Version 2.
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Father’s Day Agamograph Template
Still looking for the perfect Father’s Day craft for the kids? Why not print out our Father’s Day agamograph template and have the kids make a pretty unique DIY gift for their dads?
This one is great both as a project to do in class and to do at home.
*this post contains affiliate links*
We love agamographs here at Easy Peasy and Fun, if you frequent our website often we’re sure you’ve noticed this already.
If you’re new to our website (or just want more agamographers), here are a few we think you should definitely check out, in addition to the Father’s Day one:
Agamograph of the 4 seasons
cat and dog agamograph
So much fun, isn’t it? We made one for Mother’s Day not long ago, so one for Father’s Day was definitely a must.
This one will let the father of the family know that his child loves his father – well, the father already knows that 😉 but you know, hearing or reading it over and over never hurts.
Once you look at the agamograph from another perspective, another image will unfold, this time with an image of a tie and some whiskers and stars.
Simple and fun! So are you ready to create your own? Let’s do it!
How to Make an Agamograph for Father’s Day
What do you need:
our printable template (grab it at the end of this tutorial)
coloring supplies – from crayons to markers, anything goes
optional: scoring tool
heavier printing paper (optimal, plain printing paper is also suitable).
Step by step tutorial
Start by printing the model. We recommend thicker print paper because not only will it last longer, but it’s also easier to color with markers (if you choose to color with them).
Folding will be a little more difficult with thicker printer paper, so if you are working with younger children, regular printer paper + crayons are your best bet.
Color the model. To help you color, you can also use an included reference file – with images shown as a whole.
Once you have finished coloring your agamograph, cut it out.
Tip: To make the folds really nice and straight, run a scoring tool (or something similar, like in our case a skewer) over the agamograph lines.
This will make both the folding easier and the creases neater.
Ready to bend? Start on one side (it doesn’t matter which) and make alternating valley and mountain folds (aka accordion fold) from end to end.
Press after each crease (you can also run a craft stick over the creases) to make them crisp and clean.
Continue folding to the other end.
Gently tug on the ends to spread out the agamograph a bit and enjoy watching the images alternate.
Get the Father’s Day Agamograph Template
Click here to get the model: first version; version two.
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