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Paper Folding And Cutting | by Katherine M. Ball



A series of foldings and cuttings especially adapted to kindergartens and public schools

TitlePaper Folding And Cutting
AuthorKatherine M. Ball
PublisherThe Prang Educational Company
Year1892
Copyright1892, The Prang Educational Company
AmazonPaper folding and cutting
Paper Folding And Cutting 1

BOSTON The Prang Educational Company

-Author's Preface
EVERY scheme for art education must necessarily embrace the study of geometric plane figures and their mechanical construction. The prescribed methods for this construction have been difficult, com...
-Paper Folding And Cutting
A simple method of making regular plane geometric figures from a square, a circle, or any regular or irregular geometric plane figure, by means of folding in such a manner that one clip of the scissor...
-Chapter I. General Suggestions
THESE folding and cutting exercises were prepared in order to give the children a short cut to making designs in colored papers. It is not the intention to fold and cut the colored papers, but to m...
-Chapter II. Method Of Presentation
THIS work is intended to follow the simple outline for folding found in The Prang Primary Manual, therefore it is unnecessary to go into detail as to preliminary exercises. The children, having l...
-Chapter III. The Evolution Of Units And Their Application In Design
THE general proportion and the simple and shapely outline of the kite make it the type for many figures used as repeats in design; any slight modification of its outline will produce a new figure, as ...
-Chapter IV. Foldings And Cuttings From The Square And Circle
TO make, by folding and cutting, a square, a circle, a regular octagon, a four-pointed star, an eight-pointed star, a quatrefoil, an octafoil, a four-leaved rosette, an eight-leaved rosette, from a sq...
-Chapter V. Foldings And Cuttings From The Square And Circle. - Continued
TO make, by folding and cutting, an equilateral triangle, a hexagon, a three-pointed star, a six-pointed star, a trefoil, a hexafoil, a three-leaved rosette, and a six-leaved rosette, from a square, a...
-Chapter VI. Foldings And Cuttings From The Square And Circle. - Continued
TO make, by folding and cutting, a regular pentagon, a five-pointed star, a cinquefoil, and a five-leaved rosette, from a square, a circle, or any regular or irregular plane figure. The Square ...
-Chapter VII. Foldings And Cuttings From The Square And Circle. - Continued
TO make, by folding and cutting, a heptagon, a seven-pointed star, a heptafoil, and a seven-leaved rosette, from a square, circle, or any regular or irregular plane figure. The Square ...
-Chapter VIII. Foldings And Cuttings From The Square And Circle. - Concluded
TO make, by cutting and folding, a regular nonagon, a nine-pointed star, a nonafoil, and a nine-leaved rosette, from a square, circle, or any regular or irregular plane figure. The Square ...
-Chapter IX. Borders
A Border Which Has An Upward Growth CUT an oblong the size required for your border. Upon it draw marginal bands and a repeating unit, as in Fig. 1. To obtain Fig. 2, fold the paper into as many pa...









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