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Origami Classroom I by Dokuotei Nakano

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Published by Japan Publications Trading .
Written in


  • Carving & carvings,
  • Paper crafts,
  • Origami,
  • Crafts / Hobbies,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Crafts & Hobbies / Origami

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8343239M
ISBN 100870409123
ISBN 109780870409127

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Origami in the Classroom: Book I: Activities for Autumn Through Christmas (Bk.1) Hardcover – June 1, by Chiyo Araki (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings/5(3).   The beginnings of the origami bookmark Let me start by saying this bookmark origami isn’t my original idea. I did not invent origami or bookmarks. (Surprising, right?) These little corner origami bookmarks are everywhere. I made a version of these when I was teaching in the regular classroom 15 years ago. In an effort to educate American children further in origami, Japanese paper folding, author Chiyo Araki has written Origami in the Classroom Book 2, as a sequel to her first : Tuttle Publishing.   The author of Math in Motion: Origami in the Classroom and Whale of a Tale, Barbara is recognized around the country for her inspiring and motivational programs that promote a positive message about s:

The ABC's of Origami is the ideal educational origami paper craft book for children. Arranged in the traditional A–B–C book sequence, this charming book displays a key word in English along with an origami folding exercise. Japanese translations of each featured word teach some Japanese language, as .   An innovative approach to origami craft, polyhedron origami. introduces you into a new world of many-sided solid figures. This book is a comprehensive collection of polyhedron origami from tetrahedron to icosahedron. Each solid object is formed from simple folded units. Each process is illustrated with clear step-by-step diagrams for s: Marvelous Modular Origami, her first book, provides step-by-step instructions for making over 30 different modular origami structures. The author describes basic folding techniques required to construct the modules that are used as building blocks for making the ornamental models. Diagrams are clear, and easy to follow. Using origami as a teaching tool comes with other benefits, too. Coordination, concentration, an ability to follow directions, and communication skills (seriously, ask students to give each other instructions for folding a simple piece of origami using only words and then see what happens) improve when students practice origami in the classroom.

1. Origami Tie 2. Origami shirt 3. Origami Sunglasses (details here) June School Projects June is dedicated to Fathers. What better way to celebrate Father's Day than to give Daddy gifts from the heart, made by the hand! On the menu for this last month of the school year is an origami tie and an origami sunglasses to enhance Daddy's wardrobe. Here are two origami books called Origami in the Classroom Book 1 and Book 2. These books are by Chiyo Araki and were published in and The books are in good pre-owned condition. The only writing I noticed is the previous owners name and address in the front Rating: % positive. Bonsai Origami Craft Activity Kit and Book nature asian oriental paper art. $ +$ shipping. Origami Classroom by Dokuotei Nakano. $ +$ shipping. Make Offer - Origami Classroom by Dokuotei Nakano. Japanese Ukiyoe Chiyogami Origami Paper 24Sheets. $ +$ shipping. May 6, - origami projects for the classrooom. See more ideas about Origami, Origami paper, Origami tutorial pins.