Origami Activities by Michael G. LaFosse download in iPad, pdf, ePub
With the help of your thumbs, fold the bottom end of the paper upwards from the open end. As time passed, paper became less expensive. The side corners of the triangle should be folded towards the middle to form the front legs of the frog.
It helps readers see how origami intersects a variety of mathematical topics, from the more obvious realm of geometry to the fields of algebra, number theory, and combinatorics. Precrease your model so that you can pay attention to your class. Hold the triangle with the pointed edge facing downwards.
Many free, printable diagrams can be found at Origami Club. Start a recycling resource box in your classroom. Turn your paper and fold the sides towards the middle.
Make notes of what works well and what you may need to improve. Unfold the paper and fold the top corner in alignment to the crease formed.
Turn the sheet over and repeat the step for the other bottom edge. Let colleagues, friends and families know to save these materials and help contribute to your project.
If you are, then you certainly are in the right spot. Origami was practiced only by the wealthy Japanese noblemen.
The origami instructions were passed on orally from mother to daughter, generation to generation. If a step is challenging, ask students to hold their papers up to check the whole class at the same time.
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