‘Origami at the Museum’, Instructional Videos in the Art of Origami by the American Museum of Natural History

In honor of their Origami Holiday Tree, the renowned American Museum of Natural History in New York City is currently offering instructional “how-to” videos in the art of origami, starting with basic designs such as a jumping frog, a dinosaur and a whale.

Origami, the practice of paperfolding, is a great activity for people of all ages. From basic forms to complex models, origami is for anyone: all that’s needed is a piece of paper and the desire to learn.

The museum also offers Origami classes throughout the year.

via The Kid Should See This

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