Saturday, January 7, 2012


This new item is great for learning how to Origami. Origami is defined as: the Japanese art or process of folding squares of paper into representational shapes. The special Origami paper is included. There are 20 different Origami projects to work on. The different shapes range from boats, to flowers, to hearts, to animals.

This Story-Gami is designed with easy step-by-step directions and easy memorization. The instruction booklet is very detailed, but the DVD is awesome. Both have step-by-step picture directions on how to make each Origami and a story to follow along with every fold. You will be making Origami's like a pro. After you have returned this to PERC, you will still have the knowledge of how to make Origami's and you can use your own paper.

1 comment:

  1. I just wanted to add that it is SO true the folding skills will stay with you forever! When I was 10 I learned a stori-gami. Now I am 27 and I use it when I teach! The mind holds onto that stuff!