## Introduction: Gift Box 2

Lets make origami box as it improve Fractions

The concept of fractions is scary to lots of students. Folding paper can demonstrate the fractions in a tactile way. In your class, you can use origami to illustrate the concepts of one-half, one-third, or one-fourth by folding paper and asking how many folds students would need to make a certain shape. The act of folding the paper in half and in half again and so on can also be used to demonstrate the concept of infinity.

And also you can use it for many purposes as for gifting purpose.

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## Step 1: Material Required

:Material required to make origami box is as followed:-

1)8 Paper of square size.

## Step 2:

1)Take a paper and fold it into half.

## Step 3:

1)Now again fold the paper into one-fourth part.

2)Further fold the two edges of the paper such that the corner point of the paper touches the fold made in step (1)

## Step 4:

1)Now from the upper end fold the paper as shown in above picture.

2)Then fold the bottom part.

3)Then fold the pointed part to the opposite side of the paper as shown in the above picture.

## Step 5:

1)Fold the paper as shown in figure and you will get something like above picture.

## Step 6:

1)Repeat the steps and make more 7 crafts like this.

## Step 7:

1)Take four of them to create upper part of the box.

## Step 8:

1)Follow the give steps in the above picture.

## Step 9:

1)Do the same as done in step(8) to add third craft.

2)Repeat it again to add fourth craft.

## Step 10:

Repeat the procedure again and it will become your bottom part.

## Step 11:

...........and your gift box is ready.

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