Kindergarten Story-Gami with Ms. Tindall - Winter
Description
Storigami is a class for artists interested in learning origami through storytelling. The method of "storigami" was created by an artist named Rachel Katz. This class will be based on some of her methods.

Origami is the Japanese word for paper folding. It is an art form handed down from parent to child over many generations. In this course, artists will learn the creation of paper forms almost entirely by folding. A story, or "teaching tale" will be used to help artists learn the folds so they are able to recreate their paper form repeatedly. In addition, we will read other children's stories and create folding projects related to the story's characters (For example, for the story The Beckoning Cat we will create an origami cat.)

About the instructor: Courtney Tindall is currently a support teacher in 2nd grade as well as a Mandarin support teacher for grades K-4. She has taught for many years as a lead teacher in both 1st and 2nd grade. Origami has always been a passion of hers and some of her projects include folding over 1,000 paper cranes for her wedding gift to her husband as a traditional gift.

Nonrefundable Fees:
$50 for cancellations after registration close date
$80 for cancellations after first class
$110 for cancellations after second class
No refunds issued after third class
Dates:
Mondays Jan 8 - March 18
Time:
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Ages:
Grade Kindergarten
Cost:
$224.00
Availability:
Registration is no longer available