To download an Activity Guide for inspiration in the classroom or at home, click here.
To download the Minnesota Story Time Reading Guide, click here.
Oriland a fun site with lots of games and diagrams for origami
Origami USA diagrams, puzzles, and resources for origami
Paper Jade, beautiful origami papers of all kinds
Math in Motion, an excellent site for integrating origami in math lessons with curriculum ideas, classroom projects, and diagrams
Robert Lang’s Origami, a beautiful site worth exploring
Robert Lang: The math and magic of origami, a TED talk given by Robert Lang that is not only enjoyable to watch, but will blow your mind with the math, magic, practical engineering, and intricate beauty possible with origami.
Origami Diagrams on the Net, from beginning to advanced
Paper Folding.com, a great teacher source for math and origami, the history of origami, and diagrams
Tammy Yee, lots of diagrams, kids’ links, games, and school links
Origami as Gifts, a great site with many origami diagrams and gift ideas.
Paper Airplanes and Jets, if you like things that fly and want to make a paper fleet, here is a great site recommended to me by an enthusiastic classroom!
Meet the Author
Kristine and I met at the annual Charlotte Huck Children's Literature Festival where we offered an origami folding/poetry writing workshop. Folding and poeming with a group is inspirational!
If you would like to know more about the wonderful author, Kristine O'Connell George, and her books, click here.
Painted Window at The Red Balloon Book Shop
Fold Me A Poem
To purchase a copy of Lauren Stringer's Fold Me A Poem visit your local independent bookstore, or order online at: