Art therapy and how ORIGAMI works
This is a project that provides children entertainment as they see the transformation of a sheet of paper to a three-dimensional object. It does not take much space, much money, or much time, It only requires a sheet of paper and the instructions on how to fold ORIGAMI. The project also contributes to others and the planet: Through folding ORIGAMI, children can learn a new way of playing with paper. They also learn concentration and patience and can make small gifts to please others. They learn how to fold an ORIGAMI Crane, a symbol of world peace.
Activities are done by oneself, a group, a whole class, or even with partners @through video conferencing, on a flat space, with some sheets of colorful paper.
It brings children a power of concentration, a good use of fingers, Fun to examine the structure of an object, and completed ORIGAMI.
Children can learn the new way of playing with paper, and get to know each other better.
Art, Social Studies, others