Now Origami isn't related to only Japanese, many people enjoy origami folding. In order to teach others how to make origami creations, I had to learn to give instructions in English, so I'm always looking for instruction given in English. I see more and more ideas on English site given by non-Japanese people.
I found this Origami Slinky idea while searching YouTube for something fun to make for someone's birthday. (Yes, it's you! if you are reading this :) I didn't have the time to make it that day, but I found another opportunity to make it. It was my nephew's birthday, and I got my kids involved in the process.
K-kun, T-kun, and even L-chan (well, she is the youngest of the 3, but she is the neatest when it comes to holding origami papers!) divided the process in 3 sections, and I supervised, and assembled finished pieces into a slinky!
Below is the Origami Slinky instructions I found on YouTube. It took me about 2 hours with kids. I think I can do much faster next time!