Origami with Avery

The ancient Japanese art of origami requires little more than some paper and a bit of dexterity. As Martha's young friend Avery Sternglass demonstrates, you can easily create a whimsical spinning toy using store-bought, packaged origami papers or more unusual materials, such as newspapers, magazine pages, maps, or gift wrap. A delightful kids' project, the toy can be spun by placing its points in the center of a child's open palms and then blowing hard against the spinner's top point.

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