OT Activity of the Week: Simple Origami Tulips Springtime Fine Motor/Following Directions Craftivity
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by Amy Anderson
Every spring, I love seeing tulips pop up in my yard. It seems like I always forget about them – such a colorful surprise! We made a little ode-to-tulips art project with some super-simple origami paper tulips. With only a few folds, this is a great origami project for young kids and origami novices (like me!).
If you can get your hands on an inexpensive pack of origami paper, it’s the best for doing paper folding projects like this. It’s thin and easy for kids to fold and comes in lots of bright colors. You could also use thin colored scrapbook or copy paper, or color your own copy paper before folding.
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