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Origami is Japanese for folding paper. It helps one develop the following skills: Hand-Eye Co-ordination Good Memory Fine Motor Skills Mental Concentration Sequencing Skills Math (fractions, measurement, proportions, 3D comprehension) Teamwork Problem Solving Skills Focus Patience In this class, we will be learning to make pretty dresses. These adorable dresses can be used to decorate a birthday card, gift card, etc. I will be walking my students through every step by demonstrating how...
I have been teaching Origami for a little over five years now. I have taught it as an extracurricular activity.
6 Sheets of Paper ( 9 x 9 Inches) Glue * We only need 2 (9 x9) to complete the task. Extra sheets are helpful if student makes a mistake OR we have enough time to make another dress.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Honours Bachelor of Commerce - Human Resources Management
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
59 total reviews
121 completed classes
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