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 Click to retrieve folding intructions for the origami frog in pdf format..
If you are interested in finding out more about origami, here are some links:

General
http://www.paperfolding.com/math
This is one of the best links and includes history, math resources, origami insect pieces, flower design, books and downloadable instructions.

Math
http://www.mathconsult.ch/showroom/unipoly/index.html
Offers free downloadable instructions.
http://cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~athens/cs507/Projects/2002/ChristianLavoie/maths.html
http://rachel.ns.purchase.edu/~Jeanine/origami/
http://www.mathinmotion.com/mimedbens.htm
This site is excellent not only for math, but also for art, social skills, science, language arts for students. There is also advice for giving workshops

Art
http://www.mastersoforigami.com/
This goes to a site witha beautiful origami art exhibit from a recent show with more than 200 artworks by 66 Origami masters from 16 nations.
http://www.origami.vancouver.bc.ca/home.html
This is the site of Joseph Wu, an origami master, with recent origami news, new diagrams to download, and beautiful photos of complex models/art.

World Peace & Social Consciousness
http://www.sadako.org/
The paper crane is a symbol of peace because of it's connection to the story of Sadako Sasaki. Sadako was two years old when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. Sadako was diagnosed with Leukemia, "the atom bomb" disease. She started a project to promote peace by making paper cranes and sending them to Hiroshima..

Misc. Models to download:
http://www.pva.org.uk/clipart/office/origami/
Downloadable instructions that are free.
http://www.origami-usa.org/fold_this.html
http://www.worldorigamiday.org/diagrams.html - includes pdf files to print.

Supplies - available at many places
http://www.shizu.com


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ELearning Dimensions Math & Origami