Don’t worry, you don’t have to define yourself as “crafty” or “creative” to make paper toys. Children’s author & illustrator Marilyn Scott-Waters, offers many free printable ‘folding paper toys’, and writes,
” My goal is to help grownups and kids spend time together making things.”
Simply watch or read the tutorial at The Toymaker, download the pdf, and print out the paper that you will use to create the toy.
I found the educational paper toys below, among the dozens of other toys:
Visit the Toymaker to view all of the printable paper learning toys!