Origami for Children: 35 step-by-step projects with origami paper included

August 29, 2019 - Comment

Divided into six sections, the projects cover a fun range of themes, from classic origami designs such as animals to party decorations and modern vehicles, there’s even a project showing how to create the classic Japanese arcade character Pacman. You’ll be amazed at how much you can create with a few simple folds. Every stage

Divided into six sections, the projects cover a fun range of themes, from classic origami designs such as animals to party decorations and modern vehicles, there’s even a project showing how to create the classic Japanese arcade character Pacman. You’ll be amazed at how much you can create with a few simple folds. Every stage is described in a series of clear step-by-step photographs, showing all the techniques you will need to complete each of these great designs. Also included is a specially designed pack of origami paper with enough pieces to complete all the projects, so you can start making your own amazing creations straight away.”Origami for Children” is the perfect introduction to origami, the fun Japanese papercraft for parents and children of all ages. This paperback book has 128 pages and measures: 22 x 23 x 1.8cm.

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Anonymous says:

Instruction not very clear some projects are good I bought a used book and the papers were missing on the back of the book, which I expected already and I have my own origami papers.The authors claim it’s for children 3+, but the instruction and pictures are not even clear for adults. I had origami experience before, so I can finish the projects without much trouble. But for adults beginners it will be hard to follow if they don’t know common folds. Not even mention children.For the projects I find the party themes are…

Anonymous says:

It’s such a shame because the book is beautiful and it’s very handy to have the papers in … Bought this for my 8 year old grandson and I have to say that the simplest projects were impossible for him to do without my help. They cleverly mark each project with a difficulty rating. However the instructions are not clear and even I had difficulty making the objects. Unless of course it’s me! It’s such a shame because the book is beautiful and it’s very handy to have the papers in a special envelope at the back. Sadly both my grandson and I got fed up after attempting 4 different…

Anonymous says:

Very confusing As mentioned in other reviews, I found this book is confusing and hard to follow. I have made origami since I was a kid. However this books demonstration is poor. I have tried to make three items with my kid, but failed two. We worked it out by watching YouTube at the end. Not worth buying this book.

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