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Jason Memorial Book Fund, a division of Math in Motion and Pi Lambda Theta, our community service project donates books to tsunami victims at the Children's Home, Sri Lanka. Books are collected twice a year and sent to various charities and children's organizations. Donations are always welcome. To contribute or find out more, email 
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Jason Memorial Book Fund, a division of Math in Motion and Pi Lambda Theta, our community service project donates books to tsunami victims at the Children's Home, Sri Lanka. Books are collected twice a year and sent to various charities and children's organizations. Donations are always welcome. To contribute or find out more, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
University of the Arts, Continuing Education Class of 2005
University of the Arts, Continuing Education Class of 2005, Nicole Jolly and Al Lykon master the origami crane (tsuru).
Origami Flag
Nicole creates a flag book with origami, pop-ups and inserts.
Practice makes progress
Practice makes progress. Teachers, Nicole and Amanda Higgins practice the precision of unit origami.
Robert Neale’s Octagon Pinwheel
Danielle Rush invents a novel way to use Robert Neale’s Octagon Pinwheel as a one-of-a-kind hair ornament.
Gift to the University of the Arts
Gift to the University of the Arts from the First Origami Graduate Class of 2004.
Origami Mother’s Day
Origami Mother’s Day class cards on display with a stellated icosahedron folded by Nicole.
Shofuso, Japanese House and Garden
Shofuso, Japanese House and Garden in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA Annual Summer camp, 2004.
Toby Farm teachers
Toby Farm teachers work in cooperative groups to connect origami to Everyday Mathematics.
Teacher Inservice
Widener University, Toby Farms Elementary School, Teacher Inservice. Barbara Pearl demonstrates the principles of Math in Motion with a box designed by Tomoko Fuse.
Jumping Frog
David explores the angles of a traditional Jumping Frog.
Jumping Frog
Mary estimates the distance of Jumping Frog.
Mary and Karen discover the joy of mathematics across the curriculum.
Mary and Karen discover the joy of mathematics across the curriculum.
Math in Motion box
Origami is in[creasing]. Ray folds the sides of a Math in Motion box.

Children enjoy reading Whale of a Tale donated to children's orphanages in Sri Lanka.
Ms. Pearl
Ms. Pearl demonstrates using wax paper of a Math in Motion model on the overhead.
Principal Joyce Wells
Principal Joyce Wells assists teachers as they investigate the properties of an origami figure.
Toby Farm
Toby Farm teachers explore the fundamentals of paper folding with whales that transform into penguins.
University of the Arts-Class of 2004
University of the Arts-Class of 2004 Continuing Inspiration, First Origami graduate course – Origami: Across the Curriculum.
Creating with origami
Creating with origami. Display of origami scrolls and t-shirts.
     
 

Includes the Math in Motion book (hole punched), in an attractive bright yellow, silk screened binder with two inside pockets, and a Teacher Pack of origami paper, and a surprise gift!
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