SLJ, "Read It, Make It: Low-Tech Maker Projects and Titles | Nonfiction Notions" - Jennifer Wharton
"To grab the kids’ attention, you might also add some fun new origami books tied into pop culture, such as Capstone’s “DC Origami” series. Each title in the series, like Batman Origami, includes 11 different projects. Origami, especially with these titles, is one that I’d set out for children with more concentration, focus, and higher reading skills. The projects are advanced and most have anywhere from 15 to 30 steps. To produce origami projects, kids must slow down to read and digest instructions, thereby improving their skills in reading and comprehension." - SLJ, "Read It, Make It: Low-Tech Maker Projects and Titles | Nonfiction Notions"
March 14, 2016