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					         BUTTERBYE’S
           ORIGAMI
          FUN BOOK




     Have Fun And Enjoy!
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Origami Designs



 Jumping Frog




   Butterfly




    Whale



Fortune Teller
                       Origami Jumping Frog


                            This origami frog really jumps!

When you're done making this frog, you can have a frog jumping contest or measure
                    how far you can make your frog jump.

                                   Supplies needed

                                                 A piece of paper
                                                 Scissors
                                                 Markers or crayons




            Start by making a square piece of paper.

            To start making the square,

            fold one corner of a piece of paper over to the adjacent side.




To finish making the square,

cut off the small rectangle, forming a square

(which is already folded into a triangle).




                 Open up the triangle into a square.

                 Fold the opposite edges together, then unfold.

                 Repeat using the other edges. Open it up into a square again.
          Fold each of the four corners to the center point.




          Fold each of the two top edges to the center line.




              Fold the triangle at the bottom upwards.




Fold each of the bottom two corners to the middle of the bottom edge.
         Fold the bottom portion upwards (along the dotted line).




   Fold the top half of the lower rectangle downwards toward yourself.

      This forms the frog's legs.




Give your frog a head by folding a small part of the upper point downwards.

                                        Draw two eyes, and your frog is done.




                         To make your frog jump,

      push down on the "X" and slide your finger away from the frog.
                          Origami Butterfly




                                  Supplies Needed

         Construction Paper

              Scissors

         Markers or Crayons

                    A pipe cleaner or curling ribbon for antennae




Start by making a square piece of paper.
To start making a square, fold the corner
of a piece of paper over.




                    To finish making the square, cut off the small rectangle, forming
                    a square (which is already folded into a triangle).




                              Fold the triangle in half.
     Open up the fold you just made. Put the triangle
      on the table with the central fold pointing up
            (like a tent). Fold one corner over.




                   Open it up again.
              Fold the other corner over.




        Open it up. You now have a butterfly shape.




                 Decorate the butterfly.




Attach two antennae made of pipe cleaners or curling ribbon

            (curled by pulling along a scissors).
                            Origami Whale



                                 Supplies Needed

       Construction Paper

            Scissors

      Markers or Crayons




 Start by making a square piece of
paper. To start making the square,
fold one corner of a piece of paper
     over to the adjacent side.




                    To finish making the square, cut off the small rectangle,
                    forming a square (which is already folded into a triangle).




            Fold two opposite side over so that they meet at the fold.
                   Fold the tip over to just meet the other folds.




                     Fold the piece in half along the central axis.




                                   Fold the tail up.




Make a short cut through the end of the fold in the tail.
Fold the edges of the tail outwards.




       Draw eyes, fins, and any other patterns you like, and enjoy your whale.
                     Origami Fortune Teller




                                   Supplies Needed

                                  Construction Paper

                                       Scissors

                                     Pen or Pencil




                 Start by making a square piece of paper. To start making the
                 square, fold one corner of a piece of paper over to the adjacent
                 side.




To finish making the square, cut off the small rectangle,
forming a square (which is already folded into a triangle).




                     Fold the two opposite ends of the triangle together, forming a
                     smaller triangle.
                     Open the paper up (unfolding all the folds).




                   Fold a corner into the central point. Repeat with the opposite
                   corner.

                   Repeat with the other 2 corners.
                        You'll end up with a square.




                Flip the paper over. Fold a corner over to the center. Repeat with
                the opposite corner.

                    Fold over the 2 remaining corners.
                    You'll end up with a smaller square.




           Fold the square in half. Unfold and fold in half the other way.




Unfold and pull the four ends together, making a diamond-like shape. Pick up each of
the four square flaps, and put your fingers inside.
You will be able to move the four parts around.
                    Write any four colors on the four flaps.




                                           Flip it over, and write 8 numbers on the
                                           triangular flaps.




Write 8 fortunes inside the flaps (underneath the numbers).
Some examples of fortunes include:

                                You will get an "A" on a test.
                                              You will be rich.
                                 Good fortune will be yours.
                                 You will have many friends.
                                                                Do a good deed today.
                                                          Someone will call you today.
                                                            You will go to a party soon.
                                                               Be careful on Tuesday.
                                                   You will have very good luck today.



You can now be a fortune teller. Have a person choose one of the four colors. Spell
that color out, while moving the fortune teller in and out.

Then have the person choose one of the numbers that is showing.
Move the fortune teller in and out the right number of times.

When you finish, have the person choose one of the four visible
numbers. Open up the flap they choose, and read their fortune.

				
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