Educational and developmental benefits of origami have been documented for over forty years. (see references below.) 

"Make and Take Workshops" shares the KidsArt4Hearts curriculum with teachers in in service programs to share the benefits of the messages to an expanding group of students. Contact us for information on how you or your group may share in the experience or participate in a workshop. 

Dr Cerel-Suhl teaching the first folds of the first of three origami heart; the second and third hearts are done by teams in a 21st Century Curriculum. January 2016. photo Lexington Herald-Leader, Tom Eblen

Dr Cerel-Suhl teaching the first folds of the first of three origami heart; the second and third hearts are done by teams in a 21st Century Curriculum. January 2016. photo Lexington Herald-Leader, Tom Eblen

Dr Cerel-Suhl teaching a family workshop at the University of Kentucky Art Museum, "Heart and Home"  following a tour of the exhibit "Open House: works from the Weiland Collection" with Director Stuart Horodner. February 2016

Dr Cerel-Suhl teaching a family workshop at the University of Kentucky Art Museum, "Heart and Home"  following a tour of the exhibit "Open House: works from the Weiland Collection" with Director Stuart Horodner.

February 2016

PRIMARY GRADE TEACHER "MAKE AND TAKE" WORKSHOP IN FAYETTE COUNTY,  KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER, 2016

PRIMARY GRADE TEACHER "MAKE AND TAKE" WORKSHOP IN FAYETTE COUNTY,  KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER, 2016