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Paper for Water Origami Workshop

Friday, May 8th, 2020
10:00 AM
Target Audience: Third Grade and Above
In this live-streamed recording, you’ll learn how to create a traditional origami rose and heart from paper. This at-home instructional workshop is a perfect way for students to create a Mother’s Day gift, or simply to get the creative juices flowing. It’s also a great activity for educators to add to their distance educational outreach options.
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About Paper for Water

Katherine and Isabelle Adams founded Paper for Water when they were 5 and 8 years old, respectively. Now, eight years later, they, along with their younger sister, Trinity, continue in their mission to bringing water to the thirsty, one piece of paper at a time. Paper for Water is a non-profit organization that has funded over 200 water projects in 20 different countries around the world through the sale of origami ornaments. They will discuss the need for clean water in the world and how they designed a solution to address this problem.