5.5” Face Multicultural Creative Cut-Outs, 31 cut-outs in a pack for Around the world, Unity in Diversity Kids’ Craft Projects for School/Classroom

Creative Shapes Etc.

$3.79 

Our Multicultural-Color Face Cut-outs are created proportionally within a 5.5" x 5.5" space and come with 31 sheets per package. Colors range from beige, off-white, brown, tan. These pre-cut shapes save time and are a fun addition to a variety of classroom activities. They are great for decorating the classroom or bulletin board, making game parts, gift bags, and more! They are cut from vivid, acid-free construction paper that withstands sunlight and resists fading.

  • CREATIVE FACE CUT-OUTS: Fun cut-outs for kids to explore their creativity and imagination. Can be used at home or school for a fun family portrait project, Birthday parties craft ideas or self-portraits to be put up on bulletin boards at school. Project Examples: Use multicultural faces and other multicultural shapes for a Research a Person project. Write the choices on the shapes and then let students choose out of a bag which person they'll research.

  • MULTICULTURAL AND DIVERSE: These Human Face Paper Shapes come in colors that range from beige, off-white, brown, tan to represent various Skin Tones. These can be used to teach students about their own identity and for unity in diversity craft projects, around the world cultural craft projects at school.  Can be used with a variety of craft materials like beads, sequin, fabric, paint to create your unique work of art.

  • TIME SAVER FOR TEACHERS: These pre-cut shapes save time for teachers and parents, never waste time by having to cut the shapes out yourself.

  • HIGH QUALITY: These Paper Face Cut-Outs are made of high-quality acid free construction paper that withstands sunlight and resists fading.

  • MADE IN USA: These face cut-outs come 31 in one package, Measure 5.5” x 5.5” and are made in the USA.

Project Examples:

Use multicultural faces and other multicultural shapes for a Research a Person project. Write the choices on the shapes and then let students choose out of a bag which person they'll research.