Did you know origami helps your child develop fine motor skills? It’s not just a basic developmental skill, but also something that induces creativity! This week, our fun video will help your child make a paper origami bear in just 4 folds! Doing the engaging activity, your child’s curiosity is tested, apart from the creative, sensory, and fine motor skills. Take a look and have fun!
How this origami paper activity will help your child:
- Boost your child’s creativity and self-esteem
- Help your child learn about japanese paper art
- Keep your child away from the TV and Smartphone
Materials You’ll Need:
Instructions For Paper Origami Bear Activity:
- Fold a square piece of colour paper diagonally.
- Fold it diagonally again and open the crease back.
- Now, fold the top corners to about half way.
- Fold them again to form the bear’s ears.
- Fold at the bottom to form bear’s mouth.
Did you and your child try the activity? Tell us about it in the ‘Comments’ section below.
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