Origami for Children Book Review

Origami for Children Book Review

Oragami for ChildrenOrigami For Children
By Mari Ono and Roshin Ono
Gifted by CICO Books
Reviewed by Maria Nerius

Origami is one of the least expensive art and craft techniques and it’s perfect for children of all ages. This hardback book was well written and very well illustrated. The introduction gives you a nice primer on papers, folds, and how to read origami instructions. The projects are fun and will delight any child. Designs are themed under Toys, Origami Fun, Animals, Party Time, Sweets and Food, and Vehicles. You’ll learn to make a balloon, spinning top, Ninja knife, star, crown, goldfish, dog, penguin, frog, candy box, coaster, flower basket, cake, hotdog, boat, rocket, and more. Origami is all about folding, no cutting or gluing! This is a book that has enough fun for years of origami creations.

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This is a definite must have for my grandkids from their origami gramma.


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