UHU, a German company known for their glues, is getting ready for ‘Back to School’ by partnering with Pokémon. I think this is a fantastic way to help kids prepare for an all new school year. Fans can catch them all by buying glue sticks and other products featuring different Pokémon such as Eevee, Pikachu, Squirtle, Mewtwo, Growlithe, Bulbasaur, and more. Click the image below to fly over to the official UHU website and check out all of their new products.
In honor of their partnership UHU and Pokémon have created five amazing crafts that kids and/or adults can download, print, and create using their favorite UHU glue stick. These crafts come with the template, instructions, and video help if the paper instructions still don’t make sense. The fun crafts are:
- Pikachu Bookmark,
- Pokémon Crown,
- Printable Pokémon Memory game,
- Pikachu picture frame,
- Pokémon Party decorations. featuring several different Pokémon
To get the printables go to the official UHU Website and download the PDFs. If UHU no longer has the printable Pokémon Crafts, you can click the images below and save the PDFs to your computer. After they are saved, open each craft using Adobe Reader, print on regular paper, cutout all the parts, and follow the instructions to fold, glue and create. I’ve also included the YouTube videos provided by UHU to help make these crafts.
This Pikachu bookmark craft allows fans to create their own unique bookmark by gluing two yellow rectangles together and then gluing all of the lightning bolts to the rectangles. Add the head and fans have their own Pikachu to keep their pages safe for future reading.. Be sure to let dry before use.
Get ready to celebrate with this fun Pokémon crown! Simply Glue the bands together then glue the pokéballs and Pikachus to the band. Be sure to let dry before wearing.
Pokémon Memory Game
The printable Pokémon Memory Game is like most memory games, except in this case you have to print and create the cards by printing the pages on cardstock, cutting out the squares, gluing the backs to each square, and letting the squares dry. Then turn the squares face down and start playing.
How to Play:
- Turn all the squares facedown (Pokémon side down) on a flat surface
- The first player flips over two squares. If they match, the player keeps the pair and it is the next players turn. If they don’t match, the player turns them face down once again and it’s the next player’s turn.
- The game keeps going until all pairs have been collected
- the person with the most pairs wins.
TIP: to make sure there is a winner remove one pair to remove the possibility of a tie.
Pikachu Picture Frame
Do you have a great picture to display but can’t find the perfect frame? Look no further. Display the happy scene with a happy Pikachu. A little printing, cutting, and gluing will make an awesome frame for most occasions.
Pokémon Party Decorations
Celebrate a party with these decorative banners/bunting featuring some of our favorite Pokémon. Print, cut, and glue around a string to make the decorations. After the decorations are dry, hang where you want.