Here is a free printable paper fortune teller.
Let me know if it doesn’t work. I got it off of the website from my school. And I don’t have a dang printer so I hope you all could print it out and have fun with it!
Lovely thanks! I’ll print tomorrow and let you know
Thank you so much! I will use this with my daughter. She has started being interested in crystals and what I do with the moon on our back porch. It’s exciting that she has an interest and likes to learn about what I am doing.
Ok thanks I can’t wait to print mine!
My kids adore crystals, too. My daughter has her own collection bc she was always harassing me for mine and broke one. She’s a kid, what can I do?
ut oh! This can be tricky. Ok here we go…Pick a color from the top flaps. Then spell out the color you picked. But as you spell out your color, open it with your fingers inside but underneath. Then open it a little and pick what’s on those flaps. And so on. Hope you get the hang of it. It’s difficult to explain.
Please if you can watch a video lol I didn’t explain it thoroughly. Grr. It’s so funny trying to explain the fortune teller a.
LOL thanks for the explanation it’s been a while but I do remember the motions!!
The correspondences are useful but is there any other way to use it? like as a game?
Sounds just like my daughter. Exactly.
She was actually the first one to use the fortune teller. She had a lot of fun and then looked up the stones to see if she had any of them yet. So I think tomorrow we are making a trip to the Stone Store
I’d have to look into it more. But I’m sure you can use it as a game. I remember writing my own answers and somebody else would ask a question and I’d make the hand motions then they’d eventually get their answer all the way at the bottom. It’s hard to explain without showing it.
This brings back so many memories!!! My friends and I used to make these all the time back in school- writing secrets and funny notes in the inner flaps. These are really fun and nostalgic, I haven’t seen one in years!
Memories! So much fun to make these.
This looks like fun! I remember making these as a child, but this is more appropriate to our interests! Thank you again.
Man, I tried explaining this but is sounds confusing. Basically it is a game. In this context it is useful for learning correspondences. Girls made these in school and called them fortune-tellers. We made up things to put on each flap.
Anytime I like to share the free stuff I always seem to come across. It’s almost impossible to explain it exactly so anyone can understand…my case anyway🤣
Thats cool, we used to do those in school… if I can get my folded right lol Thank you for sharing!
You’re welcome @roxanne