Origami Sites for the Whole Family

x Origami Sites for the Whole Family x To keep up with this week’s theme of origami, here are 6 sites with projects from very easy to very hard. Several of the sites have video directions—helpful!   Origami Folding Tips from Tammy Yee’s Origami Page This site provides instructions plus specially printed patterns to download….

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Guest Post: Learning through Origami and Storytelling

x Learning through Origami and Storytelling   Origami is the topic this week. It’s fun, motivating and is great for all kinds of learning. Today’s post is written by Christine Petrell Kallevig. Christine is an author and professional storyteller who writes educational materials, children’s fiction and Storigami (story + origami). She also makes school presentations…

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Origami Books: Perfect for Summer Fun!

x Origami Books: Perfect for Summer Fun!   Looking for a fun activity for this summer? How about origami? Check out today’s post for some books to get you started. Or maybe origami is not new to you. If you are already familiar with paper-folding techniques, there are also books here that will challenge you…

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Tips for Writing Autobiographies with Kids

x Tips for Writing Autobiographies with Kids   Monday’s book post featured lots of autobiographies. Telling one’s own story, no matter how many years you’ve lived, is a good idea. It doesn’t matter if you write it just for yourself or to share with others, exploring your life by writing it down is a great…

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Autobiographies for Kids: Tales Worth Telling

Autobiographies for Kids: Tales Worth Telling   No matter how many years you’ve lived, your life story is worth telling. You may write about your whole life, the things you like, things that scare you, one perfect day, one awful day…the list is endless. Here are books to let you see how other people have…

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