Origami

Since a week there is the opportunity to try your hand at origami in the library.
Origami comes from Japan, and the word means “paper folding”, and can be useful to develop a variety of skills: thinking skills, problem solving and more. But above all it’s fun!

20160608_075135 20160608_075351   For example, you may try to fold a dragon, sailboat, crab or penguin. There are materials and instructions for beginners as well as for you who would like to try something more advanced. You can also be inspired by what others have already created!

Besides a book on origami at ISGR library, Campus Götaberg, the library has for the rest of the semester got the opportunity to borrow three books on origami of the IHGR-teacher and origami expert Samuel Holt. If you are coming with your class for Summer reading, it may happen that you will meet Samuel in the library, if he is available right then. And he has tipsed us on an origami game and a movie clip. Enjoy!

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