Discover how to transform pieces of paper into creative creatures and designs! Origami is the ancient art of paper folding that originated in Asia. You will have fun making beautiful crafts through origami shapes and objects, including masu boxes and ninja stars. Learn how to bring animals to life, such as hummingbirds, bats, and jumping frogs. Through patience and practice, you will acquire a variety of techniques, from basic folds to 3D projects! Even better, you will gain the skills to create more on your own. You’ll be amazed at what you can create with simple squares of paper!
Materials to be supplied by parents:
-6”x 6” origami paper (at least 200 sheets) OR white/colored copy paper cut to 6” x 6” squares
Sarah Rebilas is a 3rd grade teacher at the Norman E. Day Elementary School in Westford.