Torn Paper Torch Plus New Printable!

A great Torn Paper Torch for kids to make. A super simple craft that you can do and learn about the Olympics and why they use a torch!

Torn Paper Torch

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This is a great addition to the Olympic crafts on the site.

Be sure and get the printable down below!

A great book to go with this printable is G is for Gold Medal: An Olympics Alphabet (Sports Alphabet). You can learn more about the Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics.

You can read J is for Journey and learn about the Olympic Torch.

What you need to make your Torn Paper Torch

Torn Paper Torch

How we made the Torn Paper Torch

The girls put glue on their torch bottom and put it on the paper.

Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch

They put glue at the top of the torch and put their paper for the flame on.

Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch

Our Final Olympic Torches

Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch
Torn Paper Torch

Summer Olympic Pack Extra!

8 fun pages of Torch carrier paths and mazes. Help the Torch carriers get to the next torch!

Torch Paths and Mazes

Check out these other Olympic Crafts

You can make a variation on this torch with a glitter paper torch.

Dot Marker Olympic Rings are a fun fine motor activity.

You can make an Olympic cutting rings craft that kids can make.

Check out all the fun Olympic Games Printables & Activities on 3 Dinosaurs.

Olympic Games  Activities & Printables on

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Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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19 Responses to Torn Paper Torch Plus New Printable!

  1. Torn paper collages are always a relaxing project to share with children, and you have incorporated collaging nicely with the Olympic theme! ~heather

  2. CUTE! What a great way to make a torch! We love putting glue on with a paintbrush too!

  3. Kim S says:

    Such a cute project especially with the Olympics coming up! Thanks for sharing it with us at tip toe thru tuesday!

  4. Cute torches! I love that you connected the craft to a book. It’s such a good way to deepen the experience.

  5. Great idea for a companion story. Little ones love tearing paper!

  6. Meghan Ross says:

    Those torches are great! We may have to make those soon. My kids enjoyed the mazes at lunch today. The simple trace-the-line ones were perfect for my littlest one. What a good idea! We also made glittery Olympic flags today: Thanks again for the great printables!

  7. emily kate says:

    What a cute project! This is darling.

  8. Jen Fischer says:

    All these great Olympic crafts I keep seeing make me wish (for the first time in years) that we had TV service so we could be more engaged in all of the hype!

  9. Great idea!!! We are working on cutting around here and have lots of scraps so this would be such a fun one for all 3 of mine–the 2 year old does lots of torn paper art! Thanks for the idea!

  10. Rebecca says:

    Oh they’ve done a great job of these. So good for practicing fine motor skills and the end result is brilliant.

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