Origami is the traditional Japanese art of folding paper to make different realistic objects, preferably without cutting or gluing the paper. The word origami comes from the words “oru” meaning folding, and “kami” meaning paper. Origami is an excellent skill to learn because it develops the abilities to plan, measure, and construct an item. In other words, origami requires “thinking”! And that is a good skill to have!
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