Here there are two OSM based print-cut-fold-and-glue artwork for kids (and not so young), to share and help to spread OSM and geography interest:
World Map in Dymaxion Projection
Composed by OSMuser:smaprs (with QGIS and image editor) and with a little help from Brazilian OSM Comunity and others. - Free for copy and share under CC-BY-SA 2.0
Country names: www.openstreetmap.org © OpenStreetMap contributors
Grid/Country borders at: www.naturalearthdata.com (blank version)
Base Map: OSM Landscape www.thunderforest.com (colour version)
Ocean Floor Relief: Global Map Projector Equirectangular www.giss.nasa.gov
Dymaxion python script at: www.emergentweirdness.blogspot.com.br
To fit in Dymaxion Projection the OSM Base Map had to be firstly converted to a Plate-Carreé projection in 2:1 aspect ratio PNG picture. This was done in QGIS.
All these pictures I did, they are free for copy and share under CC-BY-SA 2.0
-Print and cut at thicker outer lines.
-Firstly do all folds, pressing them for both sides to make paper more ductile, then you can start to glue contiguous tabs.
-Last triangle may be just fit, not glued.
-In larger scales you may do it in thicker paper.
-Also it can be done a small hole in poles, to pass a line to hang the globe. (Tip: with this small hole, you can also carefully pass a folded wire through inner side to press last tabs to glue if you want, then remove the wire...)
Hope you like it. Try to do it.