[PHOTO] Linden Students Learn Origami

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LINDEN — The Linden Elementary G&T program draws students from all schools. Grade 1 G&T students from Stephanie Webb’s class created different types of origami birds after reading the Caldecott Medal-winning book, “Hey, Al.” The students learned about the Chinese art of paper-folding, which originated in the year 100 A.D, and carefully followed directions to create their birds. In the story, Al travels to an island full of different types of birds. Pictured from left to right are Haralambos Liberatos (School No. 6), Natalia Ficner (School No. 6), Deanna Brown (School No. 4), Jaison Gonzalez (School No. 4), Xavier McClain (School No. 5), Jessica Uzor (School No. 6), Giovanni St. Surin (School No. 4), Yanah Nazaire (School No. 4) and Adrian Gonzalez (School No. 6). (Photo by Mrs. Webb/ Linden Gifted and Talented program)


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