How to Make a Fun Paper Origami Fish


Kids love origami crafts because they are simple and fun to make and the instructions are easy to follow. Origami fish is one of the cutest origami crafts which kids would love to make. What’s your favorite origami animal? If you’re a fish, then this blog post is for you! In this blog post I will show you how to make an origami fish. This project requires a lot of patience and the final product looks really cool! Let’s get started with the instructions.

Origami Fish

Supplies Needed

  • Paper
  • Pen

Step One

Take a square piece of paper and fold it diagonally from both sides.

Step Two

Then fold in half. Make sure to crease well and then unfold as showing below.

Step Three

Hold the paper as indicated with arrows and fold towards the center to get a triangle shape.

Step Four

Now hold the right bottom corner of the triangle and fold it toward the center along the crease.

Do the same with the other corner.

And the fish tail is ready!

Step Five

Take a black pen to draw eyes and lips of the fish.

And your cute paper fish is ready!

The origami fish is a fun and easy project that you can do with your children. It’s an excellent way to teach kids about how they can make their own toys without having to spend any money at all. Plus, it’s also a great activity for the whole family as you’ll be spending time together outside of screens! If you’re interested in learning more about this craft or would like some other ideas on things to do with your kids outdoors, please let us know.

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