Make Cranes, Not War

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Make Cranes, Not War

  1. 1. Make Cranes, Not War Nedra
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  2. 2. Tsuru The well-behaved gentlemen Anthony m.
  3. 3. First origami book “How to Fold 1,000 Cranes”
  4. 4. Cranes are used traditionally in weddings and as a way to welcome a new baby. Chewy Chua
  5. 5. Sadako Sasaki
  6. 6. Archangell The cranes Sadako fold were so tiny, she used a needle to fold them
  7. 7. Sadako’s death was a sad moment. She had touched so many lives.
  8. 8. Cheri Gaulke Many children fold cranes for Sadako’s memorial
  9. 9. Every day hundreds of children visit the Children’s Peace Memorial
  10. 10. Statue of Sadako holding a paper crane
  11. 11. Cranes are brought by school children from around the world
  12. 12. Students will bring 1,000’s of strung cranes to the memorial
  13. 13. MotorBoat4107 1,000 paper cranes!!
  14. 14. merlinprincesse 3”x3” origami paper is commonly used as well as 6”x6” paper
  15. 15. Directions to make a paper crane (I recommend you have someone show you in person)
  16. 16. 1,000 origami crane kits can be purchased on Ebay and other online retailers
  17. 17. This is a typical 1,000 crane Kit with rainbow colors
  18. 18. Folding cranes produces feelings of peace and can be very relaxing. MotorBoat4107
  19. 19. One day I hope there can be more cranes of peace than weapons of destruction. Wisconsin Cow
  20. 20. Thanks! For more information about folding origami cranes, Please visit: bluedeerdesigns.com/cranes/

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