origami and spatial thinking

Origami involves spatial thinking along all stages.  Imagine being the one generating the original set of instructions for a design.

MIT has a whole paper folding club (?).  Paper folders make good engineers.

Origami can also involve curves, and some people choose origami as their livelihood.   (links from GreatMap).

Origami – one spatial way to make your brain work well.  Here is a list of other spatial activities, and not only for children.

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One response to “origami and spatial thinking

  1. Diana,
    What a great blog. I think these origami is wonderful tool for helping adults understand spatial thinking.
    CAF

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