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Easy Ocean Origami
This title covers these subjects: Paper crafts., Handicraft., Origami.
Easy Ocean Origami
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First Facts

Easy Ocean Origami

Do you love the ocean? Now you can create your own paper sea with Easy Ocean Origami. With a few simple folds you’ll make a blue whale, a sail boat, a windsurfer, and so much more. Grab some paper and start folding!

Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades 1-3
Lexile LevelNC560L
Early Intervention Level25
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandFirst Facts
Page Dimensions9 1/4" x 10 1/4"
Page Count24
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $27.99 School/Library Price



Teaching Children Mathematics, NCTM - Clotilde Jang, Lincoln Elementary School, Montrose, CA

"This series presents some math-related art activities that teachers might use in their classrooms to add to and enrich their mathematics instruction. In each book, the author demonstrates some origami activities that could supplement a lesson. . . .In addition to teachers using the series to challenge students or enrich their units of study, children could use the books on their own. . . .Origami activities can help with fine-motor skills as well as with mathematical skills in spatial reasoning and geometry." - Teaching Children Mathematics, NCTM

August 1, 2013

Christopher L. Harbo

Christopher L. Harbo

Christopher L. Harbo discovered his love of comic books as an adult when he stumbled on a copy of Stan Sakai's comic "Usagi Yojimbo". Today, Christopher's bookshelves are loaded with comics and graphic novels from around the world. When he's not reading, Christopher enjoys practicing origami, watching Japanese anime, and working in his garden.

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