Printable Cut -Outs to build models

If you have some paper, we have some ideas.

Printable Paper Cut-outs to Build Models

With a few sheets of paper, crayons, scissors, and imagination, your students could created models that could be used for Social Studies, Language Arts, and an array of STEM based lesson plans.

Our printable pdfs that you could download below have created models of:
Farms (K-3)
Schools (K-12)
Settings from Literature that was Read in Class (K-12)
California Missions (4th Grade)
Colonial Villages (5th, 8th, and 11th grade)
Communities (K-3)

Here is an elementary school example of using the Teachtopia paper cut outs to make a community model.  Notice the labels on the different structures as well as the church and barn structures.

Community Model Made of Paper

Below, we have printable pdfs that you print that will serve as the foundation for creating models of:

Here are the pieces to print out:
Basic Building Template (rectangular prism)
Basic Building with Doors and Windows
Basic Building with Double Doors and Windows
Barn Bottom
Barn Top
Silo Top
Silo Base
School bus
Church Bottom Level and Steeple