Origami has been studied as a tool for children to develop spatial and perception skills, learn mathematics, refine dexterity and hand-eye coordination, and improve concentration. Origami has been shown to improve spatial visualization and mathematics skills.
Origami was invented by the Japanese about a thousand years ago, but its roots may well be in the word origami comes from Japanese oru [“to fold”] and kami [“paper”]. It has become the generic description of the art form of folding paper. It is used as visual art and a form of entertainment and has applications in fields of mathematics, architecture, or medicine. There is no age limit; it is an art that entertains young and old. The constructions can even be used as space decorations.
After investigating this broadly known technique, students created and presented their origami.