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Origami for Kids - A Thousand Folds

Origami is the Japanese art of paper folding into decorative shapes and figures. It's a fun and zen activity that stimulates the brain, especially when both hands are being used simultaneously. P.S: no additional cutting and staplers allowed, if any of those are being used in this activity you'll be cheating!

Let's create a kind of origami plane cause it'll be ...

All jokes aside, the purpose of paper folding is to help you shape-shift the squared or rectangle paper into a paper sculpture. Other than shape-shifting a piece of paper,

it also...

- Improves eye hand co-ordination

- Builds sequencing skills

- Develop spatial skills

- Improves memory and patience

- Refine motor skills

- Enhances mental concentration

Who says Origami can’t be functional?

Use them as an accessory, bookmark or take them on an adventure with you on an interactive storytelling app! What are you waiting for!?

Origami bowl

What You Need:

1. Origami paper or square paper (15 x 15 cm)

Here's a virtual guidance from the origami aficionado to get started on your origami bowl!


What You Need:

1. Paper colours

2. Straws

3. Scissors

4. Pencil

5. Ruler

Join in and fold your very own origami paper rocket with our origami aficionado!

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