Origami or origami is also a therapy that helps develop a sense of order , and enhances creativity. Exercise concentration, since you must pay attention to follow the steps by folding the papers and creating figures.
This process becomes a moment of concentration and relaxation, and that causes you to eliminate stress and anxiety.
Summer vacations can be a real nuisance for parents and grandparents, since it is often difficult to distract the little ones from the house . For this reason I bring you some schemes to make some simple origami , and make summer afternoons entertaining and very fun for all family members, they also learn to do things and do not spend so much time watching TV or playing video games .
We liked this technique a lot because it offers many possibilities. Children like it and the older ones we are hooked too! It is amazing how many things can be made from a square of paper.
Well with that said, I’m going to start showing you these origami.
We have all played with paper airplanes at some time and we competed to see which of them flew farther than the others. Apart from flying well, they also have to attract attention. That is why I bring you some spectacular models that will help you to be the best paper plane pilot.
Here are some other fun origami stencils
If you want to teach the little ones in the house how to respect and love animals, a fun way is to create some origami figures. You will be so proud of your paper creations that you will put them decorating your room and show them to all your friends.
Keep in mind that the level of difficulty of the origami figures is different according to the age of each child, that is why I bring you these easy origami templates .
Every summer my wife and I like to make paper mills, to put them in the pots on the terrace, apart from being decorative they drive away insects.
Also when my nephew’s birthday arrives, we get together making different colored pinwheels to place them in the straws of the glasses so that the children can distinguish which one is theirs.
The crane for thousands of years is for Japanese culture a symbol of honor and loyalty. Along with the phoenix, the crane is the most powerful bird and the one that best represents good fortune. Because of its great importance, the Japanese believe that if a person makes a thousand cranes his most precious wish will be fulfilled. The thousand origami cranes became a symbol of peace because of the story of Sadako Sasaki , a Japanese girl who wanted to be cured of her illness caused by the radiation of the atomic bomb that fell on Hiroshima. When she was in the hospital, her friend Chizuko reminded her of the tradition of making a thousand paper cranes. He thought that his wish would not only be to heal himself, but also so that the whole world could live in peace and there would be no more wars. Sadako could not overcome her illness and neither did she finish all the cranes, she only reached 644. But Chizuko and other friends came to make the thousand cranes, which in this way, became a symbol of peace throughout the world.
What do you think of these origami graphics? Pretty, right? If you are interested I have more in the following post: Origami or origami and 3D Origami
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