step by step. Thursday , May 17th , 2018 - 12:54:42 PM
First Graders: it is most effective to teach in small groups of 4 or 5 children. You can teach the entire class at the same time, but you must be flexible and understand that some kids will not follow instructions and end up with their own creations. Again, choose easy models first, and if the class is receptive to this art form, then progress to harder models.
You can do these with any kind of paper although I really, really recommend you use origami paper and you can even get a patterned origami paper which is beyond adorable!
This origami box, perfect for candy or snacks, is tapered at the top, making anything inside stay put. These are easy to follow step by step instructions. These take a bit longer than a regular Masu box, but the end result is worth the time. Consider making these as party favors for a special event.
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