“God does origami too, but he does it with people instead of paper”
“Creation out of nothing. I often say that origami is as close as you can get to that. It’s a piece of paper. Beyond that, you don’t need anything”.
Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper. The word origami has been derived from ‘Ori’ (folding) and ‘gami’(paper). In Japan Origami is used for various purposes such as architecture, mathematical learning, decorative purpose, and it also help students to enhance their skills, including improved spatial perception and logical and sequential thinking.
The students of Class -1, Pearl School, West Bay Campus participated in an ‘Origami- Paper folding Activity’ which was held on Thursday, 31st January 2019.
The aim of this activity was to develop creativity amongst students. Topic assigned to the student was ‘Origami- animal faces. Children made faces of dog, cat and teddy by paper folding. The little hands worked smoothly and efficiently and this activity brought out the latent talent of all.