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Re: Origami

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 18:33:42 -0400


It's worth the expense I agree. The overhead is a great tool and often
overlooked. My sons teacher used it for teaching phonics plus writing.
they really understood once they all made their marks in unison.

sandra

Sears, Ellen wrote:
>
> If you really want to have a stress free time - I would invest in the
> paper.
>
> For the demo - if you have an overhead - use sheets of waxed paper. The
> students can fold with you, the folds are easy to see (you can see
> through several folds of waxed paper).
>
> Key Curriculum Press has it, one thousand sheets for $6.00. I have used
> it for geometry exploration, it may bee too small for a whole project,
> but I would say you could practice folds with it. (Their package of
> oragami paper, 400 6" sheets, is $17.95)
>
> Are you doing individual pieces, or unit oragami? That would make a
> difference, too.
> Ellen
>