Children ages 6 and up can develop their concentration and fine motor skills by folding these dinosaur origami figures — and they'll have lots of fun, too! Twelve charming models feature a tyrannosaurus, velociraptor, and other species. Simple directions make putting together each project a bre... read more
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Children ages 6 and up can develop their concentration and fine motor skills by folding these dinosaur origami figures — and they'll have lots of fun, too! Twelve charming models feature a tyrannosaurus, velociraptor, and other species. Simple directions make putting together each project a breeze.
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