Our display Table
The Dog and Cat - this was week one. Just some basic folds. To do this again, I would teach more folds the first week like the fox, a flower, ect. We had lots of extra time on week one.
The Fish. This was a favorite project. The fish actually were a more difficult fold so it was a challenge to the students. It took most of them the entire hour to complete.
I was disappointed in this project. The wreaths were very flimsy and did not "slip together and hold firm" like they were supposed to. I would not do this project again.
This project was an all time favorite. The fold was easy but there were a lot of them needed so it took up the hour. This is also the project that got the most comments at our display.
The piano! It starts as a house and then fold to a piano. The kids enjoyed this one and we also demonstrated it at our live presentation. Next time I would use a solid color though so that it looked better AND have all of the kids add keys to their piano like Josh did above.
So, the ultimate question is, would I teach this class again? Yes but I would need to find about 4 new projects to do. I would also need to practice those four projects before committed to teaching it again. That was one of my downfalls this semester - I had several really awesome looking projects but I wanted until the day before class and couldn't figure out the folds!