Paper Origami Bear: 4 Fold Activity For Kids

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:
 
1) Square Coloured Paper
 
2) Black Sketch Pen
Instructions For Paper Origami Bear Activity:
 
  1. Fold a square piece of colour paper diagonally. 
  2. Fold it diagonally again and open the crease back.
  3. Now, fold the top corners to about half way. 
  4. Fold them again to form the bear’s ears.
  5. Fold at the bottom to form bear’s mouth.
 
Beware… the bear’s awake!
 
Did you and your child try the activity? Tell us about it in the ‘Comments’ section below.
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