One of my most favorite activities to do when I’m bored is folding origami. It is really exciting to see what you can make from a single piece of paper. Even some models of origami need around 4-18 pieces of paper, but look what you can create with that! For origami instructions, I personally prefer the website origami-instructions.com to fold numerous origami models.
Here is a trivia about origami, no cheating! (answers are at the bottom)
Question 1: What do the japanese words Oru and Kami mean?
Question 2: Where did origami originate? When?
Answers: 1: Oru means folding and Kami means paper.
2: It originated in China in the 2nd century BC.
3: This origami expert’s name is Sipho Mabona.
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