Create your own Superhero paper puppet – Fun free crafts for kids

Sure he’s a pretty bad guy in the avengers movies but Thanos is a cool character in the superhero universe, and how fun are superheroes really without any bad guys! So grab this free printable paper puppet and join in the superhero fun! It goes great with all the other superhero paper puppets you can find on my website. You can have loads of fun assembling this character. Thanos the Titan is completely free! Just click the download button below, then it’s just a matter of print and assemble.


Avengers paper puppet

Coloring versions of Thanos also included

Want to get creative and color yourThanos character the way you want it? No problem, coloring version of the character is also included in this download!
Avengers puppet printable

Specifications and details
Content:  Paper Puppet template, Coloring template and instructions.
Filetype: .pdf
Filesize: 0. 26 mb
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4 thoughts on “Create your own Superhero paper puppet – Fun free crafts for kids”

  1. Thank you so much for the free Superhero! I teach children with special needs and they absolutely loved the ones they have already made. It went a long way towards improving their communication skills and imaginary play, as well as problem solving skills! I remember hearing the following from one Down syndrome boy playing with 2 of his characters:
    ‘I angry!’
    ‘You not fair.’
    ‘I sorry. What you want (to) do?’
    ‘Play with T-Rex.’
    ‘Okay, your turn now.’

    And let me tell you that was a turning point in his relationships, all because of your free gift of Superheroes!


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