The art of folding figures from paper is already a lothundreds of years. And still origami is one of the popular hobbies in both adults and children. It is worth remembering the paper fan, which was formed by the addition of a leaf into an accordion or a boat, which many gladly launched into spring streams. Of course, the variants of origami artifacts are much greater. They are made not only from paper. Mistress know that the appearance on the table of napkins folded in an intricate rose or a cute bunny, will decorate any dinner party or dinner. Masters can create amazingly beautiful things from any materials, while the paper was and remains the most common option. Just like adults, kids aged 3 - 4 years and older are happy to create their own hand-made paper from origami technique. For very little crumbs there are so many simple and understandable schemes. For children of 7 years and more, you can offer options more difficult, for example, funny moving origami - a frog that will jump or a propeller, which, if it blows, will rotate. Seven-year-olds will be able to independently fold a butterfly or an airplane from the paper, which will fly. Aircraft. You will need a rectangular piece of paper. Bend and unbend it horizontally to indicate the middle line. The upper left corner is bent to the bottom edge of the sheet. Bend the lower left corner to the top. Sharp angle to the left to bend. Fold the sheet in half, the fold line from the bottom. Bend the edges in different directions down. Bend the edges upwards (a small part). Spread the wings in a horizontal plane. Butterfly. Bend and unbend the sheet diagonally to indicate the center lines. Fold in half diagonally. Bend line on the left. Bend the right corner so that the sharp tip goes beyond the fold line to the left. Fold in half. Bend line from the bottom. Bend the edges to the sides. Propeller. Bend and unbend the sheet vertically and horizontally to indicate the middle lines. Fold vertically, and then mark the folding position horizontally by 1/3. Bend back and bend the corners. Indicate the fold line of the future blades. Expand 1/3 bent vertically and bend horizontally (along fold line 1/3) so that the fold line of the future blades forms the side of the triangle. Expand. Bend and unbend the two diagonals. Expand. Top right and bottom left corners bend clockwise. Slightly bend horizontally and vertically. You can put on a stick or even a pencil, blow and the propeller will spin. A frog that can jump. Bend and straighten the sheet horizontally forthe center line. Fold the sheet vertically. Bend line on the right. Bend and straighten the sheet horizontally by marking ¼ on top. Bend and unbend the upper half diagonally to indicate the lines. Fold the left and right sides of the upper halfso that the extreme points of the central horizontal line of this half are connected vertically, the diagonal fold lines become the sides of the triangle. The triangle is thus obtained by double (front and back). Bend the lower half in half. Its edge touches the base of the triangle, which turned out in the previous paragraph (with the front part). Bend the right and left sides together with the backpart of the triangle to the middle vertical line. Bend the bottom edge upwards so that it touches the base of the triangle (front part). Inside, we got two edges with free corners touching along the central vertical line, they will be needed later. Lower right and left corners bend and bend to the bottom to denote diagonal lines. Take two corners that touch the central vertical line marked earlier and stretch them sideways and downwards so that they touch down. The right and left corners of the triangle from the top bendinto the interior at a small angle. These are the future front legs of the frog. 2 angles from the previous point unbend at a small angle (right to right, left to left). These are the future hind legs. Fold the structure horizontally up. Bend line from the bottom. Twist the half with the rear legs of the frog down. Turn over, glue the eyes, and the frog is ready to jump.