I put these photos, and a video, together for a math teacher friend, Lana, a couple of years ago, and thought I had made a post about it. Lana reported back that she had made it will kids, and that they had enjoyed it.
I’ve been posting projects, weekdays, on twitter, from my blog. Wanted to feature this one today, but turns out I never did write a post. Made a video, took some photos, but never wrote about it here.
It’s a fun structure, not too hard to make. I’m thinking of it now as a fun things to make and send in the mail.
Something about how it is cyclical feels appropriate for for the times right now. Can be made from lots of different kinds of papers. Old pages from calendars, maps, and grocery grocery bag, or just regular copy paper can all be used.
Folding pattern shown above. Video tutorial below.
A sturdy paper can be set up to make this funny little shape below.
Try it out. See where it takes you.