こんにちは. Welcome to the World of Origami. Examples of Origami Folds and Models. Origami Definition.
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Welcome to the
World of Origami
Although Origami is known as a Japanese Art, it actually began in China. The Chinese invented paper around 100 A.D., and when the invention spread to Japan around 600 A.D., so did the art of paper folding.
He is considered to be the grandmaster of origami for developing origami as a creative art and creating many new folding styles.
Pictured to the left are pages from“The Secret of One Thousand Cranes Origami”..
Did you know that when you practice origami, you are activating your whole brain? It has long been known that origami has many benefits like developing eye hand co-ordination, sequencing skills, attention skills, patience, temporal spatial skills, math reasoning etc. but according to the latest research on the brain and the work of Doctor KatrinShumakov and Yuri Shumakov, when both hands are engaged, impellent motor impulses activate the language portion of the brain.
* Reading Skills* Writing Skills* Processing Skills* Visual Motor* Temporal Spatial* Logical Reasoning* Attention Skills* Concentration* Sequencing
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