More Papercraft Origami Instructions For You

good morning ..

Yesterday I was surfing the internet again and I found some more papercraft designs that might make you interested. I think maybe some future post I will share the papercraft Instructions for you, I think papercraft is interesting (not that I no longer liked the origami and papercraft choose to switch to) and that is the point of this blog isn't it? I will keep sharing with origami there and I will also share other interesting things that I can find on the internet.

ok, now this is the papercraft^^


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Papercraft : a new generations of Origami

good afternoon all..

in this post I want to share with you about papercraft. papercraft currently very popular with teenagers around the world. papercraft is some kind of new generation of Origami which combines origami and card modeling. according to some people whose making it, it more challenging than making an Origami for making papercraft require scissors, cutter, glue, etc while in making origami does not require that all and only requires precision, but for most other people, make origami is much more fun because it can exercise your creativity , accuracy, patience, and the results look more authentic.

The following I give some examples of papercraft modelling that I got from the web


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and here is some explanations regarding papercraft

Details

This may be considered a broad category that contains origami and card modeling. Origami is the process of making a paper model by folding paper without using glue. Card modeling is making scale models from sheets of cardstock on which the parts were printed, usually in full color. These pieces would be cut out, folded, scored and glued together. They are generally more popular in Europe and Japan than in the United States.

Sometimes the model pieces can be punched out. More frequently the printed parts must be cut out. Edges may be scored to aid folding. The parts are usually glued together with polyvinyl acetate glue ("white glue" "PVA"). In this kind of modeling the sections are usually pre-painted, so there is no need to paint the model after completion. Some enthusiasts may enhance the model by painting and detailing. Due to the nature of the paper medium, the model may be sealed with varnish to last longer.

History

Printed card models became common in magazines in the early part of the 20th century. The popularity of card modeling boomed during World War II, when paper was one of the few items whose use and production was not heavily regulated.

Micromodels, designed and published in England from 1941 were very popular with 100 different models, including architecture, ships, and aircraft. But as plastic model kits became more commonly available, interest in paper decreased.

Availability

Since papercraft patterns can be easily printed and assembled, the Internet has become a popular means of exchanging them. Commercial corporations have recently begun using downloadable papercraft for their marketing (examples are Yamaha and Canon).

The availability of numerous models on the Internet at little or no cost, which can then be downloaded and printed on inexpensive inkjet printers has caused its popularity again to increase worldwide. Home printing also allows models to be scaled up or down easily (for example, in order to make two models from different authors, in different scales, match each other in size), although the paper weight might need to be adjusted in the same ratio.

Inexpensive kits are available from dedicated publishers (mostly based in Eastern Europe; examples include Halinski and Maly Modelarz, a portion of the catalog of which date back to 1950. Experienced hobbyists often scratchbuild models, either by first hand drawing or using software such as Adobe Illustrator. CAD and CG software, such as Rhino 3D, 3DS Max, Blender, and specialist software, like Pepakura Designer from Tama Software and Waybe or Ultimate Papercraft 3D, may be employed to convert 3D computer models into two-dimensional printable templates for assembly. Because of this, there is a vast number of models available. Ships, automobiles, aircraft, spacecraft, buildings, and animals are all common. In recent years, Japanese subjects, such as Gundams and anime figures, have become common subjects in papercraft.

Video games papercrafts

Because people can create their own patterns, papercraft models of various video games characters have been created: Mario, Link (The Legend of Zelda), Donkey Kong (character), etc. The designer usually runs the game on a emulator (or by simply taking the appropriate file) while at the same time extracting the desired 3D model. After the designer gets the model they want, they arrange the textures and the model on a 3D program, such as 3DS MAX or Metasequoia, then usually export the model to a papercraft creating program, such as Pepakura Designer by Tama software.

source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_model

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Child Educations

good day all..

this post is little OOT but i think it's important too. Almost all of my post in this blog is about Origami for you and your kids, its about creations, its about creativity and teaching your kids about it. how important it is to teach your children about creativity?? Now i wanna share to you an article i found about child educations.read it carefully and maybe you found something important. After all, our kids are the most important things in our live, right??

Early childhood education is the formal teaching and care of young children by people other than their family or in settings outside of the home. 'Early childhood' is usually defined as before the age of normal schooling - five years in most nations, though the U.S. National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) instead defines 'early childhood' as before the age of eight.




A child's needs at this period are different to those of older schoolchildren, because early childhood sees the greatest growth and development, when the brain develops most rapidly, almost at its fullest. It is a period when walking, talking, self-esteem, vision of the world and moral foundations are established.[citation needed] The early years of life are critical to the development of intelligence, personality and social behaviour. Research on brain development attests to the importance of key mental, physical and social capabilities. If these fundamental capabilities are not well established from the start, and especially if neurological damage occurs, a child's learning potential could be adversely affected.[citation needed] As such, education in early childhood must has its own specific practices and issues.

For programming purposes, it has been decided to extend the concept of early childhood to about 8 years of age. This age range provides the opportunity to reinforce the view of the development as a continuum. It will facilitate the interaction between the pre and initial school years. The concept of basic education calls for the inclusion of early childhood and the key "survival" grades, that is, the first two or three grades of primary education.

Early childhood education often focuses on children learning through play.[1][2]

According to UNESCO ECCE (Early Childhood Care and Education) Unit, Early childhood is defined as the period from birth to 8 years old. A time of remarkable brain development, these years lay the foundation for subsequent learning.

The terms preschool education and kindergarten emphasize education around the ages of 3–6 years. The terms "early childhood learning," "early care," and "early education" are comparable with early childhood education. The terms Day care and Childcare do not embrace the educational aspects. Many childcare centers are now using more educational approaches. They are creating curricula and incorporating it into their daily routines to foster greater educational learning.[citation needed] The distinction between childcare centers being for care and kindergartens being for education, for example, has all but disappeared in countries that require staff in different early childhood facilities to have a teaching qualification. The ChildForum early childhood education national organisation highlights that while this can uplift the overall quality of children's learning a primary purpose of all early childhood programmes is nevertheless to provide a high standard of care and nurturance due to the young age and emotional and physical needs of children. However, it is necessary to distinguish between nurturance and locomotive learning. One implies the development of vestigial implements of characterized babies, the other refers to hand-eye co-ordination.

Researchers in the field and early childhood educators both view the parents as an integral part of the early childhood education process.[3] Often educators refer to parents as the child's first and best teacher. Early childhood education takes many forms depending on the beliefs of the educator or parent.

Much of the first two years of life are spent in the creation of a child's first "sense of self" or the building of a first identity.[citation needed] This is a crucial part of children's makeup—how they first see themselves, how they think they should function, how they expect others to function in relation to them.[citation needed] For this reason, early care must ensure that in addition to employing carefully selected and trained caretakers, program policy must emphasize links with family, home culture, and home language, meaning caregivers must uniquely care for each child using Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Individually Appropriate Practice and Culturally Appropriate Practice. Care should support families rather than be a substitute for them (see a review of research on the role of parents and families in early education)

If a young child doesn't receive sufficient nurturing, nutrition, parental/caregiver interaction, and stimulus during this crucial period, the child may be left with a developmental deficit that hampers his or her success in preschool, kindergarten, and beyond.

Worst-case scenarios such as those found in Russian and Romanian orphanages demonstrate how the lack of proper social interaction and development of attachment affect the developing child.[4] Children must receive attention and affection to develop in a healthy manner. While in developed nations today such scenarios are fortunately rare there is a danger of a false belief that more hours of formal education for the very young child = greater benefits for the young child than a balance between formal education and time spent with family. A systematic review of the international evidence suggests that the benefits of early childhood education come from the experience itself of participation and that more than 2.5 hours a day does not greatly add to child development outcomes especially if this means the young child is missing out on other experiences and family contact.

There are five different developmental domains of children which all relate to each other. They are easily referred to as the SPICE[6] of life:

Social - Refers mostly to the ability to form attachments, play with others, co-operation and sharing, and being able to create lasting relationships with others.
Physical - Development of Fine (small) and Gross (large) Motor Skills.
Intellectual - The process of making sense of the world around them.
Creative - The development of special abilities creating talents. Music, Art, Writing, Reading, and Singing are all ways for creative development to take place.
Emotional - Development of self-awareness, self-confidence, and coping with feelings as well as understanding them.

Psychosocial

According to Jean Piaget, there are four major stages of cognitive development:

Sensorimotor Stage. This stage occurs between the ages of birth and two years of age.Sensorimotor (infancy): During this stage, which includes six distinct substages, intelligence is demonstrated through motor activity with limited use of symbols, including language; the infant’s knowledge of the world is primarily based on physical interactions and experiences.
Preoperational Stage. The second stage occurs between the ages of 2 – 7 years. During this stage, intelligence is increasingly demonstrated through the use of symbols; memory and imagination are developed as language use matures; thinking is nonlogical, nonreversible, and egocentric.
Concrete Operations Stage. Occurring between ages 7 and about 12 years. During this stage—characterized by conservation of number, length, liquid,mass, weight, area, volume—intelligence is increasingly demonstrated through logical and systematic manipulation of symbols relating to concrete objects; thinking is operational, reversible, and less egocentric.
Formal Operations Stage. The final stage of cognitive development (from age 12 and beyond). During this final stage, intelligence is demonstrated through the logical use of symbols related to abstract concepts; thinking is abstract, hypothetical, and early on, quite egocentric; it is commonly held that the majority of people never complete this stage.

Emotional Development - Concerning children's increasing awareness and control of their feelings and how they react to these feelings in a given situation.
Social Development - Concerning the children's identity, their relationships with others, and understanding their place within a social environment

There are many other reformers of education that have contributed to what early childhood education means today. Although Piaget had a great impact on early childhood education, people like John Locke, Horace Mann and Jane Addams contributed a lifetime of work to reform education and learning in this country. The information presented is a starting point for educators to better understand the development of children.
[edit] Benefits of early childhood education

Chicago’s publicly-funded Child-Parent Centers have served almost 100,000 3- and 4-year-olds since 1967. Researchers tracked 989 of those children and 550 similar children not in the program for 14 years. The children who did not participate were 70 percent more likely to be arrested for a violent crime by age 18. This program also cut child abuse and neglect. In Ypsilanti, Michigan, 3- and 4-year-olds from low-income families who were randomly assigned to a group that did not receive preschool who were five times more likely to have become chronic lawbreakers by age 27 than those who were assigned to the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation’s Perry Preschool program.[7]

The first-ever Conference about Early Childhood Care and Education took place in Moscow from 27 to 29 September 2010, jointly organized by UNESCO and the city of Moscow.

The overarching goals of the World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education (WCECCE) are to:

Reaffirm ECCE as a right of all children and as the basis for development
Take stock of the progress of Member States towards achieving the EFA Goal 1
Identify binding constraints toward making the intended equitable expansion of access to quality ECCE services
Establish, more concretely, benchmarks and targets for the EFA Goal 1 toward 2015 and beyond
Identify key enablers that should facilitate Member States to reach the established targets
Promote global exchange of good practices
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_childhood_education

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Origami Instructions: Sea Horse

how are you?

in this post this time I want to share folding instructions for making origami seahorse. This funny origami is sure to be well liked by your kids because it's easy to make and nice shape too. children usually like to make origami animals , so prepare two papers for you and your child and be prepared to make it ..

good luck ^ ^


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Origami Instructions : Origami Dress (2)

Good afternoon.

This time I wanted to share an origami instructions to you. how to make origami dress. This dress is different from origami dress I've ever share with you in my post some time ago.

This dress is really pretty and I'm sure your daughter will love it. I want to tell you about my friend who worked as a teacher. after reading my posts, she decided to make origami from this blog and teach how to make it to her disciples in school.may my story can inspire you to teach it also to your students if you work as a teacher too .

I love to share some inspirations with u all ^^.

have a nice day



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Origami Instructions: Happy Origami

good afternoon ..

this time I want to talk about books on Origami. the book is titled Happy Origami: Whale Book. The book was published in Japan in 1960 by the Biken-Sha publishers and the author is Tatsuo Miyawaki.
In the back of the book is written "" Happy Origami is a source of happiness, full of romantic works of the integrated manual arts, painting, paper folding, cutting, etc. "
This book is very beautiful premises, with real origami illustrations in it. This is excellent book to be read by adults and Kids.
in the following picture I show one scene in the book featuring the atmosphere of the forest along with instructions on how to make it so you can make yourself at home.
ok .. good luck ..






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source: http://zencrafting.blogspot.com/2008/10/happy-origami.html

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Origami Instructions : Hiroshima Swan by Andrew Hudson

Morning all

In the post today I want to show you how to make origami pad shaped a beautiful swan.
there are lots of ways to make origami swan-shaped on the internet, because the shape of a swan is one classic origami origami which is the basic form and one of the earliest was taught if you learn to make origami, but this Origami is different from the others.
This origami is so beautiful that I was immediately interested as soon as I saw this design and decided to share it with you. how to make this origami is a bit tricky but I'm sure you and your kids will surely love it.

ok, now grab a piece of paper and start making it.

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Origami Instructions : How to make Brachiosaurus

Hi all..
In this post i wanna show you how to make Brachiosaurus in the Origami way ^^. It's a challenging origami piece but well worth the effort. Making this Origami will make a very fun time together with your kids. I'm sure all the kids wold love to make this Dinosaurus Origami.
Ok that's enough...lets make it...good luck ^^


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Origami Instructions : make butterfly from a dollar bill by Joe Gilardi

hi all
this is the 2nd Origami Instructions post in my blog that include a dollar bill as component to make origami. I think its fun making origami from your money ^^.
well, this design is made by Joe Gilardi (which is i don't know him offcourse), but the point is i like this origami, its beautiful, easy to make, and making me don't wanna spend this money ^^

so guys..collect all your dollar bill and start folding it..






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Origami Instructions: How to Fold a Dollar Bill to Make a Finger Ring

Looking for an easier way to impress people with your money? Try folding your dollar bill into a finger ring. This ring will put the number facing out as the "gem" and stay together on its own. Any US-denomination bill will work, but if you have a choice, try to find a crisp, new bill rather than an older one.





1. Place the bill on the table, face up.

2. Fold the top end down so that the fold falls just under the white edge. This covers the white edge and makes the finished ring a bit slimmer. Note that the front margins are different from the back margins.

3. Fold the bottom end up about the same amount, to cover the white edge. The exact width for these two folds isn't critical, but try to keep them parallel with the edges of the bill.

4. Fold the bill in half lengthwise, bringing the two edges you created together.

5. Fold the bill in half lengthwise again.

6. Check your folds. They should look like this if you open up the end.

7. Note that one of the small numbers should be facing out. Place it so that it's on your left, as shown.

8. Fold the right end of the bill upwards [over itself] on a diagonal to form a 90-degree angle, about one-third of the total length. The placement of this fold can be adjusted to make the ring larger or smaller.

9. Fold this new tab straight down behind the bill.

10. Turn the folded bill over, so that it is oriented as shown.

11. Take the long end sticking out to the right and curl it in a loop around the back. Pass the free end under the tab that sticks down.

12. Take the short part of the bill that's sticking out behind the tab, fold it across, over the angled fold on the outside of the ring. Arrange the number so it's on the outside, then tuck the end underneath. This is the "stone" or "top" part of the Make a Cluster Ring.

13. Fold the loose end that's still sticking down under and tuck it in, under the "stone".

14. Admire your good work.

source: http://www.wikihow.com/Fold-a-Dollar-Bill-to-Make-a-Finger-Ring
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Origami Instructions : Origami Dress

hi all
this post is an instructions how to make an Origami Dress which i found on youtube. This is the unequivocally lovable origami dress. Some tools have been the bit tricky, though altogether it’s really simple.
First watch this video then try it..

good luck ^^

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Simple origami Instructions ; butterfly

here's another origami instruction for making butterfly..
i search trough the net and i found this origami instruction. this was easy to make yet beautiful when done. i'll try to see if there is aother interesting design for you, but meanwhile u can make this beautiful origami and hang it on your kids room.

good luck


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How To: Increase Traffic and Get Free Visitors (tested)

How to Get Free Visitors. Perhaps it is the things that are desired by all bloggers. The way it can raise our blog Traffic Rank rapidly and so our blog is easier to get ranked. Our blog is also easy to get a ranking of Alexa Rank. Want to know how? Please see the following article that I gave.

How we can do that:
1. Register your blog at Surf Traffic Exchange
2. Once you register, you must confirm it. Check your e-mail in your inbox.
3. After you check your e-mail, you definitely get a Username and Password. Now, login to Surf Traffic Exchange
4. Enter your Username and Password that you get e-mails in your inbox earlier.
5. After login, please click the "GET STARTED".


6. Once your status ACTIVE, please enter the URL of your blog / site.

7. Once you add the URL allow up to 60 seconds, then wait until the status of your blog URL Running! (approximately 1 HOUR even up to several hours)
8. After running status of your Blog URL, you can immediately surf. You do this by clicking GET STARTED.

9. After you click GET STARTED, the new window appears. You can wait longer to get more traffic.
10. After that, look at the results. How? Great is it?? ^^

source: http://totto-apa-adanya.blogspot.com/2011/04/cara-meningkatkan-traffic-dan.html
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how to: simple origami instructions

morning all..

i search trough net and i found this simple origami instructions. it's a simple folding instructions to make a horse and frog from a square paper so i think even ur kids can make it too. usually kids loves to make animals form origami so it would be great to teach them this origami.

there are soooo many simple origami instructions there on the net, so i'll try to collect them and post it here for you.

ok thats enough for the proloque..here we go..





source: http://www.gangiman.com/2011/02/seni-melipat-kertas-origami.html

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PCMAV 5.3 Valhalla

Download PCMAV 5.3 Valhalla has been provided in conjunction with the launch of the magazine PC Media edition 07/2011. At this time the engine upgrade PCMAV 5.3 has been able to handle up to 4350 virus and its variants. For those of you loyal users PC Media Antivirus is highly recommended to upgrade and update the virus database, because it has also provided updates Build1.


What's new?

UPDATED! Added database and cleaning viruses 119 local / foreign / new variants have been spread in Indonesia. Total 4350 virus and its variants.
ADDED! Removal is a special engine to thoroughly clean the virus Ramnit.A until Ramnit.K (11 variants), and FontPorn widespread in Indonesia.
ADDED! The addition of the detection of a shortcut file that has a potentially dangerous targets.
Improved! Change the name of a new variant virus was found.
Improved! Some minor bug fixes and improvements of internal code to ensure that antivirus PCMAV remains a pride of Indonesia.

u can get it here

note: this antivirus is completely free

source:http://www.techriz.co.cc/2011/07/pcmav-53-valhalla-juli-2011.html

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sharing your bandwidth with Softperfect Bandwidth manager

hai all..
yesterday i found my internet connections are soooo slow that i fell a sleep waiting my pages loading. hmm i'm curious what happen with my connection so i try to found out who is the one who use lot of bandwidth on my network.

i use this tool called Softperfect Bandwidth Manager..this tool is very useful to managing ur bandwidth so u can control the quota or managing who has the biggest bandwidth.

here's some reviews

BDM has a feature to control the use of quotas, use this feature to save your quota usage ..

Setting up SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager (BDM) Rules on the server comp

* I assume ICS network has been connected properly, to know how to build a network with ICS model please see the .... Uncle google: p
* Install SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager (BDM) on the server computer, then run the login prompt will appear, immediately press the "OK" because by default it does not use the password service BDM


note: if you fail when the login process first try restarting your computer again, if still can not log BDM try to check whether the service is running or not, please go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services


try to scroll down make sure the service BDM the status is "started"



After successful login click the Rules menu -> Add Rule



Enter the "Rules" that we will create, in this example please refer back to the setting "Rules" above is a picture of the application of Rules in Software BDM




Settings at the top is the setting for comp A, while for Comp B and C, the same way, there has been little change is in the "Single IP Address", change the IP Address belongs to Comp B (192.168.0.3) and then proceed with the IP Address Comp C (192.168.0.4).

When finished setting up the client computer (comp A, B, C) then the result will look like below


note: you can add Rules in accordance with the requirements

# Done:)
# To check please go to the Tools menu -> Live Bandwidth Monitor, where you can see a graph of bandwidth usage by each computer



Controlling Quota With SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager

* For users of broadband Internet access based on the volume based sometimes we like to have thoughts like this "How well do so 3Giga sufficient quota during a month of internet usage?, So there is no over-quota which of course makes wallets drained:)"
* Now using the SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager (BDM) is you can very easily control the quota
* The example I use the internet connection that has a quota 3Giga Broom that means if the count-hitung3Giga / 30 days = 100MB, meaning in one day, use the maximum quota is 100MB

If the quota has reached its maximum point (100MB) then the internet connection will be automatically disconnected, and I have to wait for the next day to get a 100MB quota again (re-connected to the Internet)
* Now I'll exemplifies how setting up BDM in order to control the use of quotas kita.Silahkan-back to the BDM is click on the Tools menu -> Quota Manager, then click the New button, then input the settings for his quota, for example 100 MB per day (see picture)




* For the "Initial Rate" you can enter values ​​as needed, "Initial Rate" is the bandwidth provided if the quota per day (100MB) is still missing or invalid
* While the "Reduced Rate" is the bandwidth provided if the quota per day (100MB) has expired, in the example shown I select "Blocked" which means if the quota usage per day (100MB) has expired then the internet connection will be disconnected automatically

After successfully click the OK button, then the result will look like this

Lastly, do not forget to add the Rules on the BDM, the contents of Rules with a maximum quota per day (100MB/HARI) who had just made​​. menu click Rules -> Add Rule, then enter his settings as below

bandwidth_100mb_perday




# Done:)
# To check how much quota is used up, please see the section "Quota Used"


Try the test, maximize the use of quotas 100MB/day until they run out (quota used = 100%), then all the computers (Comp A, B, C and SERVER) will be disconnected from the Internet automatically, and you and your friends who are engrossed facebooking must wait until tomorrow to get back online, so efficient use of quotas


source http://forum.xcode.or.id/viewtopic.php?f=119&t=37642

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