Odila Morel. step by step. May 07th , 2018.
Origami birds with wings are usually more complex than this, but this bird is very easy to fold. It only takes a few simple steps and the result is almost as awesome as the more complex ones. This bird can also pass for a pigeon or dove.
Third Graders and up: at this age, you can teach beyond the traditional origami models. Modular origami is great for teaching math and dollar-bill origami is great to make as presents for Father‘s Day
Step 1: Start with a square piece of origami paper. If you only have regular 8.5x11 paper, follow these instructions to make a square sheet. You can also use these colorful Printable Origami Paper. Step 2: Fold the paper in half by folding the top corner to the bottom corner. You should have an upside down triangle. Step 3: Fold part of the top down so that the edge is about halfway down. Don‘t make this flap too thin because this will become the wings. Step 4: Turn the paper over. Step 5: Take the bottom corner of the top layer and fold it up like this. Step 6: Fold the figure in half by folding the left side over to the right. Step 7: Now fold that same flap back like this to make one of the wings. Step 8: Fold the other wing back also. Step 9: Push the center of the head in and flatten. This is called an inside reverse fold. Step 10: And tada! You have yourself a bird. Now set it free! Just kidding. Don‘t throw it in the air. It will just fall down and you‘ll be disappointed.
Watching a child‘s eyes light up when he completes an origami for kids model is priceless! However, teaching children how to do origami is not as easy as falling off a log. Prepare yourself with these tips to ensure a successful paper folding session.
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