It transforms a simple, square-shaped piece of paper into an intricate sculpture. And the best thing is even children can try and make them. We are talking about Origami, which is the Japanese art of paper folding. Hundreds of years old, this art form is not just a effective tool of recreation, but also allows us to teach children important concepts such as shapes, geometry and so on. Children can learn basic origami through books that give detailed instructions on making each model.
This ClipBook showcases different types of Origami models including animals and flowers, different types of boxes and lots more. Have fun trying the beautiful models with your child.
These origami activities are based on difficulty levels -- easy is rated as 1, medium is rated as 2 and so on. Through clear instructions make cranes, pelicans, owl, jumping frog and flowers such as Lily, Tulip, Rose and Lotus.
Origami animals are a popular choice of origami. They're fun to fold and it's really cool to see them begin to take shape and look like their real life counterparts. There are instructions for various origami animals so just choose your favourite ...
Origami flowers can be really beautiful. They can also be really intricate. They make great gifts for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays and so on. Follow the step by step photos and origami diagrams to fold the origami flowers.
Children can have fun making these simple Origami animals by following the steps in the video. These are not too intricate with few folds and easy to make.
Teaching geometry with a fun and tactile method like origami helps students with sequencing and direction following. It’s a fun way to introduce a wide range of geometry terms and concepts.