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@yoli Hello, How can i help you ?
its says. Activity 1: Paper Folding Most origami models are made by folding a square piece of paper. You can make patterns while you practice paper folding. Carefully fold a square piece of paper four times as shown. Write your name on the resulting triangle. Then unfold the piece of paper until it is back in its original square shape. Try to duplicate your pattern of folds so that after four successive folds your name is visible on the outside of the triangle. If you wish, you may use a pencil to lightly label points or creases on the paper. Trade unfolded squares of paper with a classmate. Give instructions to your classmate so that he or she can fold the piece of paper four times and end up with your name visible on the outside of the triangle. You may use diagrams, your written notes, or verbal instructions. Activity 2: Constructing Some artists make origami by experimenting. They fold and unfold a piece of paper until they see a resemblance to something in the real world. Take your folded square from the previous activity. Use the existing creases to construct the dog and the flower pictured at the right. Now make your own origami fi gure, starting with a fresh square of paper. Activity 3: Writing To communicate the origami model that you designed, you can use the language of geometry. Use geometric terms and symbols along with sketches to write directions for the origami figure you made in Activity 2. Test your directions by having a classmate use them to construct your model. Activity 4: Researching Research directions for a different origami model. Follow the directions to make the model.
@yoli Here the 1st one says to fold a square paper in such a way you get four triangles.|dw:1446398563148:dw| then write the names on it
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