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In Japan, at one time origami was taught in schools but today, children are generally taught origami at home. Holidays are celebrated with colorful origami decorations made by the family. On children‘s day (formerly boy‘s day), children make colorful carp: a fish that swims upstream, against the current. This symbolizes strength. During the summer, Tanabata, The Star Festival is celebrated. Live bamboo branches are decorated with origami stars and other paper decorations in a manner which brings to mind a decorated Christmas tree.
Origami is a fun art of making creative things by folding papers. Your child can learn to make different artifacts like animals, flower, trees, boxes and many other decorative items by using simple techniques of easy origami for kids. Your kid can enjoy this craft activity without the extensive use of glue and scissors.
There are several bases in origami that are used to start many different models. For example the bird base is the start of many paper birds. Often times you‘ll see instructions telling you to start with a particular base just to save some time or space in the instructions. There aren’t too many bases and you‘ll see the same ones repeated a lot of times in different models.
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