Paper City Paris

I love living in Paris — it is beautiful, full of life and love and so much fun to explore. If you don’t happen to live in Paris, have a look at the downloadable Paris Paper City, from one of my top favorite children’s craft blogs Made By Joel. Just download the PDFs and you too can start exploring Paris, even if you live on the other side of the world. Have an explore around the Eifel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and a local boulagerie. There is even the sweetest little downloadable Citroën to drive around your city.

Such a fun way to introduce the city of lights to your kids. I love the fact that Joel has, very thoughtfully, included a brief description of all the buildings onto his PDFs, so this game can be educational too.

– Emilie


Comments (4)

El Thomson
February 17, 2012

What a great find! Perfect project for a rainy day! Thanks!

February 21, 2012

A lovely idea. Definitely bookmarking this!

March 14, 2012

i want to visit paris with my 2 boys aged 3 and 4; can u email me places to visit that you would recommend for us to visit with them – places to see, to eat at, to play etc
much appreciated

Emilie in Paris
March 14, 2012

Hi Ammie, there are so many places! I would recommend the jardin des Plantes (there is a little zoo and the natural history museum there called la Gallerie de l’Evolution). I would also check out the Pompidou Museum as kids love the look of it and the elevator. Most cafés are kid friendly, maybe go to the cafe in the Swedish Centre if you happen to be in the Marais. The Jardin d’Acclimatisation is a good place to go play in, it is a permanent amusement park, in the Bois de Boulogne. Do check out the Babyccino City Guide about Paris. The link is at the top of the website, as I have put together quite a list of places to visit. Have fun!

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