How It Works:
Paper Fortune Teller’s are a simple one-sheet Origami project. After a series of folds, fancy artwork and Q & A options you have a fun instant game for you and your friends. Based on certain questions or choices the “Fortune Teller” gets opened and closed a number of time swapping answers and options until you arrive at a final answer to your question.
Fortune Tellers are a great way to learn about probability, if – then statements, analog vs. digital algorithms etc.
Paper / Scissors / Markers Or Coloring Pencils etc.
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