Origami Hearts: The Perfect Paper Crafts for Valentine’s Day or a Study of Japan!
Origami comes from the Japanese words ori, to fold, and kami, paper. Using a variety of folding techniques, shapes are formed to represent everything from animals to objects. One of the most popular shapes is the crane—featured in the hauntingly beautiful, World War II story Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr.
We’re excited to offer you seven different origami projects, perfect for the beginner. Our Heart Origami set is perfect for a fun Valentine’s Day project, or as a part of a study of Japan. Children learn so much from hands-on projects. Paper crafts like origami helps kids develop hand/eye coordination and the ability to follow detailed instructions. And it’s fun!
Origami Hearts Paper Craft Set
Our Heart Origami set includes:
- Instruction PDFs in color
- Step-by-step, easy to read instructions
- Seven different projects
- A heart
- Family heart
- Heart fan
- Heart dish
- Heart necklace
- Heart name stand
- Heart Frame
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Don’t forget that all of our printable packs can be reused over and over in your homeschool. If you have multiple students, this is an excellent value for your homeschool family.
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