Odila Morel. step by step. November 29th , 2017.
Origami is an art that doesn‘t require you to be an artist. To fold an origami crane, frog, butterfly, or even a ninja star you need just accuracy and patience. Our step by step animated origami diagrams are not going to challenge your patience, however, because they are very easy to follow, even for a child. You don‘t have to remember a number of origami bases — each model starts from a plain piece of paper. You don‘t have to know the names of the folds — the text tips don‘t contain special terms. Our step-by-step instructions are the easiest way to learn how to make traditional origami animals, flowers, boxes and lots of other interesting things. By the way, origami develops logical reasoning, attention span, spatial thinking and fine motor skills. Consider that when you‘re trying to keep fidgety kids busy.
Next up is this lovely Modular Origami Cube Box, made from 6 "Sonobe" Units. These make great decorations or use as a gift box! If you use several different colored sheets of paper, they have a very pretty patchwork effect.
Second Graders: by second grade, you can definately teach the entire class at the same time. Show them how the finished model will look like so that they have an incentive to follow along in the folding sequence.
This pretty Origami Tulip Flower also has a stem that it fits into. You will need 2 sheets of square paper for this one. Make a few of these and add to a vase for a pretty origami flower arrangement.
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