Modular origami is those models assembled from multiple pre-folded pieces. Generally all or most or these pieces are the same, and fit together to form a geometric shape.
This category also lists sites which connect origami to math, usually geometry.

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Geometry Junkyard: Origami

Resource listing of links for information about the relationship between origami and geometry.

Krystyna Burczyk's Origami

Photographs of regular polyhedra models.

Meenakshi's Modular Mania

Image Galleries of original modular models as well as picture links to other designs.

Modular Origami

Images of modular origami models folded by Michał Kosmulski. Model categories include: fractals and IFS, interesting mathematical objects, polyhedra and balls, spiked balls and stars.

nuwen.net - Origami Polyhedra

Illustrated directions for making four types of polyhedra.

Origami Tessellations

Weblog by Eric Gjerde featuring tessellations, crease patterns, tessellation geometry, origami mathematics and paper folding in general.

Teaching Mathematical Thinking Through Origami

Suggestions for using origami to teach concepts in mathematics, with diagrams of models.

Modular Origami

Images of modular origami models folded by Michał Kosmulski. Model categories include: fractals and IFS, interesting mathematical objects, polyhedra and balls, spiked balls and stars.

Teaching Mathematical Thinking Through Origami

Suggestions for using origami to teach concepts in mathematics, with diagrams of models.

Krystyna Burczyk's Origami

Photographs of regular polyhedra models.

Meenakshi's Modular Mania

Image Galleries of original modular models as well as picture links to other designs.

Origami Tessellations

Weblog by Eric Gjerde featuring tessellations, crease patterns, tessellation geometry, origami mathematics and paper folding in general.

nuwen.net - Origami Polyhedra

Illustrated directions for making four types of polyhedra.

Geometry Junkyard: Origami

Resource listing of links for information about the relationship between origami and geometry.

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