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Origami for Children

Origami is known as “the Japanese art of folding paper,” but in reality, origami is so much more.  When children follow instructions through the paper-folding tasks, both the motor and visual areas of their brains are stimulated. I believe that it is important for children to learn these skills when they are young.


I pay attention to each child. When I see them for the first time, I can see if they are neat, clumsy, easy to get distracted, or even having some challenges with mathematical thinking or not.


Everyone is different at the beginning. Some are experienced, and some are beginners. Some are patient, and some are too fast. However, at the end of the class, everyone becomes the same. They become detailed oriented children who are good at following complex instructions. 


I encourage them when they are trying a tricky task, and applaud them when they accomplish it. We both walk through the hard path together, and achieve the goal together. Origami can be challenging, and every time when the children are done, I admire their efforts. I wish I could show you their bright smiles when they finish their origami!


Come join us to gain those skills while having fun! 


Benefits of the class:

  • Hand-eye coordination

  • Fine motor skills

  • Memory exercise

  • Geometry

  • Spatial skills

  • Sequencing skills

  • Mental concentration

  • Attention to detail

  • Patience

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