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Origami Games: Hands-On Fun For Kids! [Origami Book with 22 games, 21 Foldable Pieces] Hardcover – June 10, 2010
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Nowadays, there are hundreds of books in English, all easily available, and thanks to the Internet, origamists from all over the world can stay in touch with one another. I have origami friends in Japan, Brazil, Germany, Israel, Great Britain, France, and the Netherlands, to name just a few places.
Over the years I've conducted many origami workshops in camps, schools, museums, community centers, and libraries. These days, I coordinate a monthly origami club that meets at the Roxbury Park Recreation Center in Beverly Hills, the fourth Sunday of every month, from 1-4 PM. For more information, you can go to the website of Origami-USA (www.origami-usa.org), and then to Resources > Find an Origami Group > Local and International Origami Groups > POP (Pacific Ocean Paperfolders.
Also, please visit me on my website www.joeldstern.com!
Top Customer Reviews
In fact, a very good primer for fostering engineering principles (following directions; attention to detail; optimization for intended use; imagination/creativity; resilience/perseverance; effectively using available resources to create 'something out of nothing'; et al.).
As an added bonus, Joel includes suggestions for parents and teachers at the end of the book, as well as pointing the way to additional resources.
Shipping and packing were good as always. Thank you Amazon.