History of Origami - Origami in modern life.

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  • Fish
  • Fish - the second option
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  • Hut
  • Catamaran
  • Catamaran - second version
  • Book
  • Bird
  • Bird - the second option
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  • The module first
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  • Module four
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  • Module six
  • Crown
  • Crown - the second option
  • Crown - the third option
  • Behemoth
  • Wolf
  • Crew cut
  • Hare
  • Clown
  • Cat
  • Crocodile
  • Hen
  • Frog
  • Bear
  • Mouse
  • Cockerel
  • Pirate
  • Pig
  • Elephant
  • Dog
  • Tiger
  • Chicken
  • Donald Duck
  • Alena
  • Baba Yaga
  • Squirrel
  • Geese
  • Goldfish
  • Ivan
  • Princess
  • King
  • Scrag
  • Hen Ryaba
  • Wood goblin
  • Fairy palace
  • Maiden
  • Old woman
  • Boom
  • The frog princess
  • Bump
  • Queen
  • Parsley
  • Bulldog
  • Girl
  • Crew cut
  • An asterisk ninja
  • Little dwarf
  • Boy
  • Ninja
  • Old Dwarf
  • Openwork cube
  • Candy Cube
  • Cube without corners
  • Cube
  • Cube - the second option
  • Cube - the third option
  • Cube of the squares
  • Cube module asterisk
  • Cube with squares on the sides
  • Cube with windows
  • Cube with diamonds
  • Cube of the turntables
  • Cube of the turntables - the second option
  • Block
  • Module framework
  • Connection module
  • Suspension of the modules
  • Common cube
  • Talking crow
  • Talking Fox
  • Talking cat
  • Talking Fox
  • Frog and mouse
  • Shark
  • Guppy
  • Dolphin
  • Carp
  • Keith
  • Seal
  • Fish
  • Fish - the second option
  • Fish with open mouth
  • Small fish
  • Sardine
  • Skat
  • Tropical Fish
  • Pike
  • Wolf
  • Hare
  • Cat
  • Fox
  • Frog
  • Mishka
  • Mouse
  • Pig
  • Trunk zveryushek
  • Ornament of the stars
  • Star - the second option
  • Ornament Base
  • Simple pattern
  • Ornament spinner
  • Ornament first
  • Ornament of the second
  • Pointed Star
  • Pentacle
  • Pentagon

  • Figures of origami - Cyrus'

    Pieces of origami - Kira


     

    Origami in modern life.

    We are associated with a paper from our earliest days until the end of life. Today, kids are faced with sheets of this material is much earlier than the start to learn to write or read. The child vomits, crumples it, trying to make a sheet of the desired shape. This material is available and cheap, so it can be without fear of trusting children.

    History of Origami - Origami in modern life



    Other amenities such employment for a child is something that the paper is easy to any deformations. And after class for a long time and keeps well defined shape. It is used today in many educational and developmental techniques.

    With the help of various origami techniques can easily develop children imaginative and logical thinking, imagination and intellect, ingenuity and imagination. At the same time it is done completely transparent to the baby in the form of games and interesting time spending.

    Using elements of origami in other subjects will greatly simplify the learning process, and will diversify its encouraging children to engage. Leaving the lesson, the child will long remember the joy that gave him an interesting, unusual occupation.

    In 1941 in Japan, was published the first textbook on origami for schoolchildren. This tutorial is interesting because it long has won attention and confidence of teachers and students. It covers many different methods of folding the figures of the paper. In this figure ranged from the simple to the sophisticated shops of the original techniques.

    Origami can be very productive use of the learning process. With his help students quickly learn the math (especially its section - the geometry, because the concept of geometric shapes is the basis of all methods). Paper technology will help to understand the other exact sciences, the basic architecture and other arts.

    Learning the basics of origami, they are easily able to see and apply it to reflect in such spheres as advertising, tableware, gift packing and many others. In the early twentieth century, origami has been extremely fashion trends.

    Therefore, the girls in the compulsory taught different techniques of folding the figures of the paper, as it was thought that any educated woman should possess these skills. In a period of origami has been a compulsory subject in girls' schools. But then the teachers thought it was a futile exercise and uninteresting.

    History of Origami - Origami in modern life



    Turning to origami, all teachers may find it necessary psychological and developmental aspects that are not always easy to find in the usual classical education. Classes in this art improves coordination, logic, constructive and artistic thinking of children.

    On the other hand origami is actively used in the entertainment industry and holidays. It is worth remembering only the tradition of New Year celebrations in many countries. It was in this period of origami comes alive every time with renewed vigor. Figures from the paper suddenly zapolonyayut all around and bring a sense of celebration in the home and on the streets.

    Origami is often used in decorating the Christmas tree, which not only greatly reduce the cost of the celebration, but also take a restless child interesting and exciting experience.

    In many cities, the tradition has become a huge pavilion to place a Christmas tree which is decorated entirely origamnymi figurines, which are brought to her from all over the world. This tree is a "tree of peace" during the Christmas holidays. This tree is a symbol of union of peoples, peace and the fact that the entire population of the globe, united, free to perform a miracle.

    Not just toys, but the trees themselves are now made of paper. Not so long ago in the U.S. with the support of nature protection societies were created unusual - the whole paper - the Christmas tree. Starting a U.S. "green" was picked up European counterparts. And now origamnye fir can be found throughout the world.

    The biggest of them was created in 1993 in the Netherlands. The city Eyndovene in the central pavilion was a 15-foot Christmas tree paper. The tree was decorated with innumerable variety of colorful paper toys.

    Yet New Year's Eve did not remain the only holiday origami. In the United States, North Carolina hosts an annual week-long festival of origami. Was first initiated this action has become a very famous American showman and producer Jonathan Baxter. He's in his hometown of Charlotte annually arranges a performance in which all the roles given to the paper.

    The celebration is always involved and the local population. Children and adults stacked set of paper figures and decorate their houses and halls, streets and their homes. Each year, Baxter presents his city a wonderful surprise from the paper. Once it was the airport is fully decorated with origami.

    And in some year in the main lobby of a tyrannosaur skeleton was displayed in full size, all made of paper. So that the limit of human imagination and the possibilities of paper no.

     

     








  • Aster
  • Astra - the second option
  • Butterfly
  • Vase
  • Vase bell
  • Cloves
  • Carnation - the second option
  • Dahlia
  • Corrugated sheet
  • Embossed flower
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  • Decorative flower
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  • Maple-leaf
  • Bell
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  • Crocus
  • Lily
  • Leaf for fungi
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  • Moth
  • Fly
  • Amanita
  • Inflatable Flower
  • Inflatable Flower - the second option
  • Pyramid
  • Orange-cap boletus
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  • Semitsvetik
  • Semitsvetik - second version
  • Heart flower
  • Snowman
  • Grass
  • Snail
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  • Flower - Bird on Pancakes
  • Apple
  • Sparrow
  • Raven
  • Crow
  • Loon
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  • Rook
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  • Goose
  • Gus - the second option
  • Crane - the second option
  • Crane happiness
  • Crane
  • Crane
  • Bird pecking
  • Chicken
  • Swallow
  • Swallow - the second option
  • Swan
  • Swan - the second option
  • Flying bird
  • Penguin
  • Pingvinenok
  • Parrot
  • Parrot
  • Bullfinch
  • Owl
  • Ostrich
  • Duck
  • Pheasant
  • Heron
  • Chicken
  • Car
  • Ship
  • Ship - the second option
  • Boat
  • Machine
  • Motorboat
  • Steamer
  • Sailfish
  • Sailboat - the second option
  • Sailboat - the third option
  • Rocket
  • Plane
  • Tank
  • Hippo
  • Protein
  • Squirrel
  • Goby
  • Camel
  • Wolf
  • Dinosaur
  • Crew cut
  • Giraffe
  • Bunny
  • Snake
  • Jungle cat
  • Kangaroo
  • Cat
  • Kitten
  • Crocodile
  • Rat
  • Krysko
  • Leo
  • Bat
  • Fox
  • Pup
  • Horse
  • Frog
  • Bear
  • Mouse
  • Rhino
  • Marmoset
  • Lamb
  • Pig
  • Jumping Frog
  • Elephant
  • Baby elephant
  • Dog
  • Dog - the second option
  • Calf
  • Tiger cub
  • Turtle
  • Turtle
  • Slipper
  • Whirligig
  • Spinner - the second option
  • Spinner - the third option
  • Dzunako
  • Bookmark tulip
  • Painting
  • Capsule
  • Boll - the second option
  • Boll - the third option
  • Kusudama
  • Sapozhok
  • Decoration of the first
  • Decoration of the second
  • Decoration of the third
  • Decoration of the fourth
  • Decoration of the fifth
  • Flower Bookmark
  • Japanese glider
  • Wolf
  • A girl named Katy
  • Oakwood
  • Bunny
  • Kira
  • Clara
  • Kitten
  • Fox
  • Bear
  • Macaws
  • Parrot
  • Bee
  • Origami

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