Let’s create together: creative activities for families - origami fox

As part of Refugee Week 2022, we are inviting you to take part in a series of creative activities for families. We hope these origami activities will encourage creativity and conversation to celebrate our rich communities, looking after ourselves and each other in difficult times and new beginnings. We think creativity is a great way to come together, so these activities are accessible in English, Ukrainian, Pashto and Arabic.

Activity: How to make an Origami Fox

Foxes are found throughout the UK and Eastern Europe through Russia, Kazakstan, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan into northern India, China and Thailand to Japan. Below, you will see a red fox, but there are many different types. The fox is a great example of a species that has adapted to different climates and regions – they are similar but with unique differences. Have a think – what is it that makes you unique?

To see more foxes found in our online collections, click here.

Taxidermy fox in the Hampshire Cultural Trust Taxidermy collection. 

Download the activity sheet below to make an origami fox to add to your own collection.





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Hampshire Cultural Trust

From museums to galleries to arts centres, we manage and support 24 attractions across the county, welcoming over 740,000 people each year. Our charitable purpose is changing lives through culture.
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