Origami City Kit: Fold Your Own Cars, Trucks, Planes & Trains!: Kit Includes Origami Book, 12 Projects, 40 Origami Pa by Joel SternOrigami City Kit: Fold Your Own Cars, Trucks, Planes & Trains!: Kit Includes Origami Book, 12 Projects, 40 Origami Pa by Joel Stern

Origami City Kit: Fold Your Own Cars, Trucks, Planes & Trains!: Kit Includes Origami Book, 12…

byJoel Stern

Hardcover | September 5, 2017

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*Winner Moonbeam Children's Book Award **Winner Armed with the Arts Inc. Creative Book Award **Winner Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award*Kids will love folding their own cars, trucks, trains and planes with this easy origami kit! From the author of bestselling My First Origami Kit, this awesome kit contains 40 colorful origami papers for exciting models like trains, cars, firetrucks, helicopters, motorcycles and delivery vans, trees and houses. Also included are bonus instructions for an origami tower and a bridge! It also has over 130 stickers and a large fold-out city map to play with the models on. Kids will spend many hours of fun playing in the city, and it's a great way for them to experience the tactile joys of paper folding while fueling their imaginations!Beginning origami folders can create their own world with the exciting origami models and stickers in this origami-for-kids kit, including: - A Train Locomotive with a Conductor - A Firetruck with Dalmatian and Firefighter - A Sailboat with a Captain - A Helicopter with a Pilot - And many more!Each colorful model comes with simple instructions and matching double-sided origami papers that can be easily folded in a few seconds. Once the models are folded, kids add finishing touches to their work with the colorful stickers provided.This origami kit includes: - 130 Colorful Stickers - 40 Double-Sided, High-Quality Origami Papers - A 48-Page Full-Color Origami Book - A Fold-Out City Map - 12 Exciting Origami Models
Joel Stern is the bestselling author of My First Origami Kit . He has conducted origami workshops for kids of all ages in camps, schools, community centers and libraries. Joel is an administrator for OrigamiUSA and Pacific Ocean Paperfolders, and he is the chairman of the 2017 Pacific Coast Origami Convention. His folded and pop-up pap...
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Title:Origami City Kit: Fold Your Own Cars, Trucks, Planes & Trains!: Kit Includes Origami Book, 12…Format:HardcoverProduct dimensions:8.25 × 8.25 × 1.34 inShipping dimensions:8.25 × 8.25 × 1.34 inPublished:September 5, 2017Publisher:Tuttle PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0804847606

ISBN - 13:9780804847605

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Editorial Reviews

The art of origami has been around for centuries. It is an enjoyable pastime for young and old alike. If you are looking for a new creative outlet for your children, Origami City may be for you. This fun kit available from Tuttle Publishing allows creativity to flow as the participant creates their own folded paper city. Complete with foldable city map, 40 high quality origami papers to fold, instructions on how to make 12 origami models and 130 colorful stickers to help decorate your artwork. A great gift idea for the young artist in your life." - Texas Kitchen blog" Origami City Kit would make a cool birthday gift for any child who loves vehicles, buildings and/or origami The designs of this kit are so cute, colorful and eye-catching that would surely be gravitated by all children and adults." - Yuki's Origami Blog "Clearly aimed at younger children, this kit is slightly reminiscent of the 'instant transfer' sets from my youth, you get a foldout street plan to display your models on and a wide range of bright stickers with which to decorate them. The included paper has appropriate imagery on it, so you need to select the proper sheet for each design." - British Origami Society magazine"This kit has stickers and a fold-out city map as well as sheets of paper to make houses, cars, trucks, trains, planes and helicopters as well as trees and some bonus projects The map is double sided. The front is colorful and the back can be colored. The kit also has two pages of stickers to decorate your projects. There are birds for the trees, people for the vehicles and more! I could see this kit giving kids many hours of play with the projects and map." - Crafty Moms Share blog" this wonderful set contains 40 colorful origami papers and instructions to build a city made of origami. You can build models of trains, cars, fire engines, helicopters, motorcycles, delivery vans, trees, houses and more!" - A Mum Reviews blog"Here is a kit to engage the kids in creative folding to produce some of the vehicles that are found in the city. Considering children's fascination with moving cars, flying aircraft, and sirening fire trucks, these models should attract their interest. Originator Joel Stern has written a clear-cut instruction guide filled with diagrams, colorful illustrations, and photos to guide the user to construct the origami vehicles and place them within this paper-sculpted city." - Seattle Book Review blog"Clearly aimed at younger children, this kit is slightly reminiscent of the 'instant transfer' sets from my youth, you get a foldout street plan to display your models on and a wide range of bright stickers with which to decorate them. The included paper has appropriate imagery on it, so you need to select the proper sheet for each design." - British Origami Society magazine"Here is a kit to engage the kids in creative folding to produce some of the vehicles that are found in the city. Considering children's fascination with moving cars, flying aircraft, and sirening fire trucks, these models should attract their interest. Originator Joel Stern has written a clear-cut instruction guide filled with diagrams, colorful illustrations, and photos to guide the user to construct the origami vehicles and place them within this paper-sculpted city." - Seattle Book Review blog"