'Origami Is A Fun Way To Learn' Workshop

11:30 AM - 01:30 PM

Indian Origami Club
401, Pooja Abhishek, 32 Preetamnagar Society, Opp. Manoj Joshi Hospital, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007

Fees: 300/-

For 10 days workshop Rs 2000/-

2018-03-31 11:30:00 2018-03-31 13:30:00 Asia/Kolkata 'Origami Is A Fun Way To Learn' Workshop

Origami is a Fun way to Learn Workshop

Origami Workshop is for Students of age groups between 6-16 years, who are passionate about paper folding. Learn the Japanese art of Paper folding and create beautiful animals and objects just from paper. Learn the different types of folds and bases. Learn at least 10 Origami creations of different types.

Benefits of Origami…

An Art form for all Subjects.

+ Geometry – Origami Strengthens Understanding of Geometric Concepts, formulas and Shapes.

+ Thinking Skills – Improves Spatial Visualization skills using hands on Learning. Such skills allow children to Comprehend, Characterize and Construct their own vernacular for the world around them.

+ Fractions – Origami demonstrates the Fractions In a tactile way and also the concept of Infinity is taught.

+ Problem Solving – Origami Provides children an opportunity to solve something that isn’t prescribed and gives them a chance to make friends with Failure.

+ Fun Science – Origami is a fun way to Explain Physics Concepts, Explain Molecules like Tetrahedrons and other Polyhedras.

+ Patience – Practicing Origami will surely improve a child’s patience and improve his critical thinking.

+ Children Love Origami

+ Origami Surrounds us in Nature in different forms from beetle wings to a leaf bud.

Origami has found to Improve not only Perception and Logical Thinking, but also focus and Powers of Concentration.

Origami is a great way to Merge Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics, all together.. STEAM.

So,no matter how you fold your paper, Origami is a way to get Children engaged in Mathematics, can Improve their Skills, and makes them appreciate the world around them even more…

So, Bye for Now. See you at the Origami Class and for me Back to Folding…!

Learn also about Origami, Kirigami and Kusudama.

Please Note !

+ Students will be given the Papers
+ Students will take all their Creations home

Source: Facebook

Indian Origami Club
401, Pooja Abhishek, 32 Preetamnagar Society, Opp. Manoj Joshi Hospital, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Origami is a Fun way to Learn Workshop

Origami Workshop is for Students of age groups between 6-16 years, who are passionate about paper folding. Learn the Japanese art of Paper folding and create beautiful animals and objects just from paper. Learn the different types of folds and bases. Learn at least 10 Origami creations of different types.

Benefits of Origami…

An Art form for all Subjects.

+ Geometry – Origami Strengthens Understanding of Geometric Concepts, formulas and Shapes.

+ Thinking Skills – Improves Spatial Visualization skills using hands on Learning. Such skills allow children to Comprehend, Characterize and Construct their own vernacular for the world around them.

+ Fractions – Origami demonstrates the Fractions In a tactile way and also the concept of Infinity is taught.

+ Problem Solving – Origami Provides children an opportunity to solve something that isn’t prescribed and gives them a chance to make friends with Failure.

+ Fun Science – Origami is a fun way to Explain Physics Concepts, Explain Molecules like Tetrahedrons and other Polyhedras.

+ Patience – Practicing Origami will surely improve a child’s patience and improve his critical thinking.

+ Children Love Origami

+ Origami Surrounds us in Nature in different forms from beetle wings to a leaf bud.

Origami has found to Improve not only Perception and Logical Thinking, but also focus and Powers of Concentration.

Origami is a great way to Merge Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics, all together.. STEAM.

So,no matter how you fold your paper, Origami is a way to get Children engaged in Mathematics, can Improve their Skills, and makes them appreciate the world around them even more…

So, Bye for Now. See you at the Origami Class and for me Back to Folding…!

Learn also about Origami, Kirigami and Kusudama.

Please Note !

+ Students will be given the Papers
+ Students will take all their Creations home

Source: Facebook

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