This is a really easy origami craft that preschoolers and origami beginners can enjoy. All you need is the free A4 printables available on HappyLilac.net. You don’t need to be able to read Japanese. The blue Dairi-sama printable can be found here. The pink Hina-sama printable can be found here. My 4 year old was able to complete his origami dolls without assistance, using the easy to follow visual guide here on HappyLilac.net . Again Japanese reading ability not required as the method is shown step-by-step in photos, as pictured below. Three old was also able to do most of the folding herself, she just need a little help for the last fold. They really enjoyed this easy craft and were very proud of their origami dolls!
More easy Hina Matsuri crafts to follow during the week!
Other Hina Matsuri Crafts
Hina Matsuri Paper Cup Craft for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Hina Matsuri is the Doll’s festival celebrated annually for Girl’s Day on March the 3rd in Japan. Families display their Imperial dolls on tiered platforms or in a case from early Februâ¦
- Only in Japan: the Tokorozawa Santa parade
- Places to bring children to visit animals in Tokyo | GREATER TOKYO AREA
- Award Winning, Intangible Asset “Suneori Amagoi”, Rain Praying Festival | TSURUGASHIMA
- Experience Asakusa
- Peter Rabbit lodgings during Golden Week trip | SHIZUOKA
- Koedo Kurari Character Festival Halloween event
- Edo period Candy craft in Penny Candy Alley | KAWAGOE
- Paper plate spider trick or treat bags
- Choice of play at Shinrin Park | NAMEGAWA
- “Books and Cafe” at Tokinosumika, Gotemba