Here are Teletubbies paper crafts for kids, from left to right: Tinky Winky, Po, Laa-Laa and Dipsy, based on the British BBC children’s television series Teletubbies, these paper toys created by Waka Studio.
Tinky Winky is the first Teletubby. He is the largest and oldest of the Teletubbies, is covered in purple terrycloth, and has a triangular antenna on his head. He is notable for the red luggage he always carries. His character has caused controversy following allegations that his character’s behaviour, bag and body colour have stereotypical homosexual qualities.
Po is the fourth and last Teletubby. She is the smallest and youngest of the Teletubbies, is red, and has an antenna shaped like a stick used for blowing soap bubbles. She has been stated by the show’s creators to be Cantonese, and as such, she is bilingual, speaking both English and Cantonese.
Laa-Laa is the third Teletubby. She is yellow, and has a curly antenna. She likes to sing and dance, and is often seen to look out for the other Teletubbies.
Dipsy is the second Teletubby. He is green and is named “Dipsy” because his antenna resembles a dipstick. Dipsy is the most stubborn of the Teletubbies, and will sometimes refuse to go along with the other Teletubbies’ group opinion. His face is also notably darker than the rest of the Teletubbies, and the creators have stated that he is Black.
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