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Make Your Own Paper Fortune Teller Template

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Grades: 3 - 6

Make paper fortune tellers with this multi-use template for teachers and students. 

The paper Fortune Teller is known by many names…

Cootie Catcher, Salt cellar, and Whirlybird in the US. 

Chatterbox in the UK.

Flip Flapper in Denmark.

Paku Paku in Japan.

Whatever you call it, there’s a reason why this Origami game has made its way to many other cultures—it’s fun to fold and fun to play! 


A Variety of Ways to Use Our Paper Fortune Teller Template

There’s no end to the ways to use this fun activity, but here are a few of our favorites:

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