Levels: from CP to CM2.
Memory and Concentration: Develop visual and mental abilities through constructed figures, which are constructed by folds and volume angles.
Development of the imagination by the images and figures built and the angles that give birth to new figure in 3 dimensions thanks to folds and volumes.
Practitioners will acquire manual skills, gestural and visual memory, and fat to a regular practice. This part of development can also help in everyday life.
The design of the space:
Allows an understanding of the relationships of space such as the directions given by the figures built up, down and curves.
Patience and perseverance:
When a person finishes a complicated figure, because it is a long complex task for the subject to build, the pride and time that has been given to complete the work teaches us patience at the same time.
The logical and mathematical thought:
This advantage is invaluable and contributes to the development of mathematical logical thinking. Angles and folds are counted to mount a figure and the folds are symmetry and geometry.
There are studies that explain how origami can help solve cubic equations and hypotheses. See the experiences of Mr. Robert Lang who built cubes that unfold in space for NASA.
Activity in French.
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