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Japan Society of Fairfield County
Bright Horizons Origami Class, July 28, 2010

origami class Fishing for sea origamiOn July 28th, an Origami Class was held at Bright Horizons at Yale West Campus, a daycare center in Orange CT. At the center, 8 young children, as young as 4 years old, learned how to make sea creatures They took on the challenge of using origami paper and folded a number of colorful fish. The children also created a "Seascape" with origami boats and a collage of origami paper on their paper plates. At the end of the class, they enjoyed playing "Origami Fishing" with a fishing rod made of a stick, a piece of string with magnets. This was the second origami class run by the volunteers of JSFC this year. Thanks to the JSFC volunteers, Yoko Kurimoto, Junko Uezumi, Kazumi Inoue, Harry Sakamaki and Naomi Manning, the class was fun and interactive.

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