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http://eng.origami-kids.com/easy-origami

Easy Origami
It’s time to roll up your sleeves, flex your fingers, and prepare to delve into making origami models. This section start easy and become more difficult, so I suggest you fold all models (although your enthusiasm is commendable).

This section are teeming with animals, birds, fish, aoirplanes, flowers, insects and other models. You can make bowls, vases, and hats. You’ll also find stars, flowers, tessellations, and geometric models. I hope you thoroughly enjoy making the models in this part.

Interested in learning origami, but worried that it’s all to complex to understand? This collection of easy origami Instructables are the perfect introduction to the world of origami. Easy to follow steps, pictures and videos will have you on your way to a thousand paper cranes in no time.
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Easy Origami. Step by Step
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.

For younger kids there’s typically the satisfaction of being able to fold a piece of paper into a figure that they aren’t yet capable of drawing. Origami teaches kids much far more than how to|the way to|tips on how to fold paper and make cute toys. They learn dexterity, they learn to listen and follow directions. They also learn a bit about creativity and focus, and the whole notion of practice makes perfect.
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