I started to re post the files for the Miniworld paper Toys on my new web site:
(The web site is still under construction but the files should be there under the Miniworld Paper Toys section)
With these new posts, I edit and update the files, so, do make sure to check and download the latest ones, there you will find the PDF to download as well as the instructions, and …
As you can see from the picture below, new parts to add to your Miniworld:
 New terrain tiles
 2 new characters that a young friend sent me (in the section Fan Art, include with the pdf)
 And finally, the first dinosaur, a stegosaurus, (one of my favorite)
If you like, you can write me for ideas on next parts to add to the series, or send your fan art or photos of your models, and if you agree, I could post them to share with others (I’ll ask you first and I might fix them a little to make them fit for printing)
There are many others parts, old and new, almost ready to post as well as a list of ideas that I will try to get too as soon as I can.
Have fun creating your Miniworld!
Here the 3D calendar for August 2012, you can download the PDF here:
With this PDF you will be able to print a copy of all the parts in color or black and white to assemble a 3D picture, and a copy of the flat calendar in color or black and white as well as a copy of the picture with the corresponding text from the chapter of the Book of Acts, in color or black and white.
Here a set of coloring pages (I did for a friend) that you can use in your classroom or at home.
You can write your own text in the small scroll at the bottom of the picture (in your own language) such as “respect other children, communicate nicely, listen to the teacher …” or simply use them as coloring pages for the children.
you can download them here:
in black and white to color as well as a copy already colored
(Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited.)
Here a project I work on for a school in Spain, other figures are in the work, I do not own the copyright, but you can write at this address and ask for a copy of this paper model, for personal use or in your classroom, if you are homeschooling to enhance your studies of Roman History: