Winter Agamograph Template

We have another awesome activity for your youngsters to get their hands on – this time we’re going to have fun with a winter agamograph pattern.

Making an agamograph is sure to be a fun project, so let’s enjoy the season by coloring and folding this winter-themed one.

Printable winter agamograph template for kids to make.  Super fun winter crafts for kids to have lots of fun.

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Our agamograph consists of two different images. From one vantage point you will see a penguin, and from the other there will be a snowman.

You can choose between two simple variants of the template.

The first is a “pre-made” agamograph page, where children have to color the pictures alternately. The other template includes two full pictures of the penguin and the snowman – kids have to color it, cut it and paste it on another piece of paper to create the agamograph look.

We like to color the backgrounds of each picture in different colors, so they really pop when finished, but kids can, of course, color them in with whatever markers they see fit.

Ready to give it a shot? Print our template and let’s get crafty!

Winter Agamograph Penguin

Winter Agamograph Snowman

How to make a winter agamograph

What do you need:

  • one of the winter agamograph models you can get at the end of our tutorial
  • heavier print paper (you can use regular print paper, but we recommend using a heavier one)
  • printer
  • coloring medium
  • the scissors
  • optional scoring tool (we like to use a wooden skewer)

Have fun coloring and make this winter agamograph stand out!

Watch the video tutorial

Follow the tutorial step by step

Print the model you have chosen (take it from the end of this tutorial).

Color the model with your best pencils or markers.

Once your agamograph is colored, cut it well along the outer line.

We need to prepare the agamograph for folding, so use your scoring tool to create neat creases along the lines. We use a ruler to guide us along the lines and a wooden stick to create the effect.

Now let’s fold our images! We start by turning the entire jig and using the accordion folding technique to fold the first “agamograph puzzle piece”.

Press down on each piece of the agamograph so the creases are really crisp.

Continue folding until the last piece of the agamograph.

All you have to do is gently unfold your winter agamograph and you’re done!

printable winter agamograph for kids

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Click to print or save: Here they are version one and version two.

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More information about Winter Agamograph Template

We got another awesome activity for your young ones to get their hands on – this time we’ll be having fun with a winter agamograph template.
Making an agamograph is surely a fun project, so let’s enjoy the season by coloring and folding this winter-themed one.

*this post contains affiliate links*
Our agamograph consist out of two different images. From one point of view, you will see a penguin, and from the other perspective, there will be a snowman.
You can choose between two easy variations of the template.
The first one is a “pre-made” agamograph page, where children need to alternately color the images. The other template includes two whole images of the penguin and snowman – kids need to color, cut, and glue it on another paper in order to create the agamograph look.
We love to color the backgrounds of each image in different colors, so they really pop out when they are done, but kids can, of course, color them with the markers they see fit.
Ready to give it a go? Print out our template and let’s get crafty!

How to Make a Winter Agamograph
What you need:
one of the Winter agamograph templates that you can get at the end of our tutorial
heavier print paper (you can use the regular print paper, but we do recommend a heavier one)
printer
coloring medium
scissors
optional scoring tool (we like to use a wooden skewer)
Enjoy coloring and let’s make this winter agamograph really pop out!
Watch the Video Tutorial
 

Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
Print out your chosen template (grab it at the end of this tutorial).

Color the template with your best crayons or markers.

After your agamograph is colored, cut it out nicely along the outer line.

We need to prepare the agamograph for folding, so use your scoring tool to create some crisp folds along the lines. We use a ruler to guide us along the lines and a wooden stick to create the effect.

Now let’s fold our images! We start by turning around the whole template and use the accordion fold techique to fold the first “piece of the agamograph puzzle”.

Press down each piece of the agamograph, to make the folds really crisp.

Continue with folding all the way to the last piece of the agamograph.

What you need to do now is to gently unfold your winter agamograph and you’re all done!

Get the Winter Agamograph Template
Ready to grab your set of printable templates?
Click to print or save: Here they are version one and version two.
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