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Caja con cajones: Guarda regalo - Dia de los enamorados // Origami box Tower





Origami compels the student to develop skills in an interesting way. This activity teaches skills that are necessary and beneficial in every day living. Patience is something that we all need to learn. Each and every day, whether at school, at work, at home or at the grocery store, people need to practice patience. 

The enjoyment that goes along with this activity is definitely good therapy. Not everyone is quick to open up and share their feelings with another individual, even a psychologist or other medical professional. It's essential that the person administering help and advice present a non-threatening image. 

Children enjoy the repetition and they need time and repetition to work things out 8. Praise, praise and more praise - if the figure is somewhat crooked or a little wrinkled, so what? 9. Let the child express what he thinks of his piece. Everyone has different taste and opinions as to what is nice. 10. 

Gifts: Colorful paper frames, bandanas or handkerchiefs folded into flowers or birds, lace envelopes to hold your personal note, delicate lace birds to hold your valentine, cranes (a symbol of luck) as a mobile or garland like string, book covers, book marks and dozens of other unusual gifts that you can be sure they won't get two of! 

To insure an origami composition turns out right, no step can be left out. It's a series of folding steps that produce the suggested result. There are plenty of people who are fascinated with the art of origami. In some cultures, particularly Japan, the art of origami is very significant. Young children learn origami and whether done simply as a pass-time or as a career, there are many people who do these activities on a daily basis. 

It also became quite popular in England where children used it as a hobby. Origami, even for young children is exciting and since it requires mathematics and much concentration, it can also be very educational. Because the end result is an object of some sort, it's also exciting for children because they are anticipating the outcome.