Fold a 6-number spinner from a sheet of letter-sized paper -- no cuts or glue.
This origami model is from my book Origami Games, published in June 2010 by Tuttle. The diagrams utilize the standard origami symbols, which are explained in the first part of the book.
The book contains directions for making 21 different origami models, and describes 22 games–both competitive and collaborative–that can be played with them. The models are all made from regular printer paper (8 1/2 x 11 inches).
So many children have become addicted to technology, and have lost the ability and desire to make things themselves, and to use their imagination. Part of my intent with the book was to provide a hands-on, low-tech activity for parents to do with their children. Further, the cost of these games is negligible, which can be an important factor for families in these tough economic times.