Benefits Of Origami

  • Engages motor skills
  • Encourages perception skills
  • Practices problem solving
  • Partakes in creative play

Partaking in the hobby of Origami requires several skills to achieve success while creating different figures with paper. Problem solving is required while engaging in the improvement or motor and perception skills used through creative play.

Following instructions while playing requires a lot of patience for children to accomplish success while playing with Origami. Each figure to be made requires a set of folds portrayed in an instruction book and following each one in order during play engages in their motor skill capabilities. There hand eye coordination is also put into constant use while play. Observing and understanding what is being made is very important for play, which can connect to the development of perception skills.

Being creative improves the cognitive behavior of children by letting them express themselves and create fun shapes while playing. It encourages social skills and boosts charisma which can lead to a healthier set of social skills further in their life. Origami requires patience and is great at calming down the mind, making it a healthy brain exercise for relaxing and focus.

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