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J´ai essayé d´adapter des figures qui
   ne se trouvent que dans deux ou trois
   livres.  Quelquefois, j´ai adapté une
   figure très connue, car ses suites le
   sont moins.

Jourdete

JOUR D´ETE
de
BALTHAZAR (6 ans)

Une grenouille s'en alla en voyage...

 

Il était une fois une 

grenouille qui avait

envie de voyager...

 

Pour faire la grenouille

 

 

Histoire1

 

Elle décida qu'elle

devait pour cela

se transformer

 

Et là 

comme un origami

elle se plia en deux

et devint un

escargot

 

Histoire2

Mais l'escargot

était si lent

(prévisible mais

une grenouille ne

peut pas à la fois

savoir le temps

qu'il fait, et la

vitesse d'un escargot!)

 

L'escargot perdit

donc une corne,

(Faire glisser une

des cornes à droite,

 déplier et arranger)

et se déplia,

et donc devint borgne

pour devenir un

bateau à voile

Histoire3

En bateau, on va 

plus vite et

tout à coup

on vit des 

pyramides!

(Faire glisser 

l'autre corne

 à droite,

 replier et arranger)

L'Egypte!

Histoire4

 

Mais très vite il fit

si chaud...

(Libérer la MD

et l'introduire 

vers vous

dans la boucle de

la MG)

Histoire5

Que la grenouille

fondit,

Les ficelles

sont marquées

par des scotchs

Faire passer

la ficelle de droite

à travers la 

ficelle de gauche

 

Histoire6

et on dit 

qu'on ne retrouva

qu'une ficelle verte

 

Les caribous

Il existe plusieurs figures "caribou".

Le caribou 

dans les Saules

(avec une suite intéressante)

Le caribou Immobile

Le caribou courant

(inventée par Michael Taylor)

Le caribou

(réalisation rapide

inventée par

Kazuo Kamiya

BISFA 6)

Le caribou courant

ou lapin sautant

(Bisfa 20)

 

 

Séries et autres


 
 
 

 
 

Update/Mis à jour    16/12/2014
 

   

 
 

Routes

ROUTES
par
LEONARD (9 ans)


   Premier Berceau
 

    La rivière, le pêcheur et le saumon

    The River, the Fisherman and the Salmon

(Alaska) [1,2] révisée
         avec photos et dessins

    Ile de Moa (Détroit de Torres) [3]

     Island of Moa

avec photos et dessin

    Madame l´araignée (Kiribati) [4,5]

    Spider

avec dessin

    Ouvrir et fermer les grilles 
         de la prison (deux figures)

   Open and close the doors of the prison (two figures)

   

(Hawaï) [7,9]
avec photos

    Une bien riche maison (Hawaï)  [7,9]

    UNTO THOSE  THAT HAVE  SHALL MORE  BE GIVEN

avec photos

    Les dauphins[16, 4] (Etats-Unis?)

   The dolphins

avec dessin

Berceau Murray
 

   Dance calédoniène (Iles Loyauté) [10]

    Caledonian dance

avec dessin

    Canoe [3][2] (Australie) avec dessin
        Trombe  [3] [2]   (Australie) avec dessin

    Canoe and watersprout

 

     Poissons [16, 1, 18, 4, 19, 10, 20, 21,

22, 23, 3, 5]
          (Détroit de Torres)
avec dessin

       Cochon [18, 4, 19, 10, 20, 3] (Ile Lufu)

avec dessin et photo

         Cheval [19]

       Grenouille [4, 19, 1]  (Guyane Anglaise)

avec dessin

         Sauterelle [19] (Guyane Anglaise)

avec photo

       Silau, l´esprit mauvais [4]

(Ile de Goodenough)
avec dessin

       Tour de ficelle [1, 25]

(Papouasie Nouvelle
Guinée)
avec photo

       Chapeau à l´envers,
      chapeau à l´endroit [22]

(Cameroun, Guinée
Equatoriale, Gabon)
avec dessin

         Vata ("Un Boshiman")  [5] avec dessin

(Kiribati)

     Homme sain        [25] avec dessin

 (Papouasie Nouvelle
Guinée)

      Homme malade        [25] avec dessin

      (Papouasie Nouvelle
Guinée)

     Mabuo (an arm-shell)     [25] avec dessin

       (Papouasie Nouvelle
Guinée)

     Puineg ("Un petit fruit") [26] [33]

avec dessin
(Détroit de Torres)

Ficelle sur 1 et 2
 

     L´amoureux d´Haiku (Haiku B)

avec dessin et photo
(Hawaï) [9]

         Chien avec dessin  (Hawaï)
 
 

      Cyclone  (Hawaï) [9]

     La baleine et le renard (Alaska)

[12, 13,14] avec photos et dessin

Ficelle sur G1 et G2
 

    L´oie et l´ours (Canada) [15] avec dessins

     Un héron    (Canada)   [15] avec dessin
 
 
 

AUTRES

    Du Tobogan tomba un oignon, qui se
    transforma en  kamashibai,
    qui s´étira comme un elastique,
    se balança
     tellement qu´il
     s´enroula sur une bobine et.....
    devint une libellule     (Japon) [6]

avec photos
(ficelle poignets)

      A la pêche aux poissons ficelles

(Iles Loyauté)  [1, 10]
           (boucle) avec dessins

    Chien qui court (Canada)  [1, 11, 14]

avec photos    (ficelle 1)

    Ressources
 
  

Lire la suite

watersprout


WATERSPOUT

COLLECTED BY
KATHLEEN HADDON
 
 
  




           On the sea, we see like a tail come
        down from a cloud, and touch the
        see. Inside of the tail come up tons of
       water toward the cloud . Suddenly,
       we didn´t see the tail, but all the water,
       contained in the cloud, come down
       on the sea.
       To see from a distance.
 
 
 

 

         This figure is a continuation
            of  "canoe".
 

      A. Do the canoe.
          You have a loop on sur 1,
          three on 2 and one on 5.

     B. 1 passes above the oblique
          string crossing 2 (the loop
          1 slips off).
          1 picks up the palmar
          string, and draws through
          his loop, which slips off.
          Release 5.
 

     C. 5, passes over  2f, and
          picks up 2n (transverse
          string).

          You have a loop on 1,
          three on 2 and one on 5.

     D. 2 passes over his string f,
          and staighten toward
          you, catching 2f.

     E. Extend the figure
          separating  1 and 2.
          1n must to be parallel
          to 2f.
          Arrange if need.
 


          The extension is rather
          difficult.
 
 

Canoe

   

Canoe

COLLECTED BY
KATHLEEN HADDON







         This figure begins like
            "Dance".
 
 
 
 
 

     A. 1 and 2 hold a segment
          of the loop.
          A small segment must to
          pass between the hands.
          Pass the right half of the
          segment, in front of the
          left half, to form a small
          hanging loop ....
          Introduce 2, toward you,
          in the small hanging loop .

          Straighten 2
          Release 1.
          Extend, to absorb the big
          hanging loop.

          You have now two loops
          on 2.
          The near strings are
          parallel and the far
          strings are crossing.

          This movement is known
          as "Murray opening".
 

     B. R1 over lower R2n,
          picks up lower R2f.

          L1 over lower L2n and f,
          picks up upper L2f.
 

    C. R5 over upper R2n and f,
         picks up lower R2n.

    D. L5 over upper L2n and
         lower L2f,
         picks up lower L2n
         (transverse string).

      You have a loop  on 1,
          two on 2 and one on 5.
 

     E. 2 enters in the triangles
          near of 5, and, toward
          you , picks up the string
          that it is the continuation
          of the upper string 2n .
          Release 1.

 
 

     F. 1, away from you, enters
          in 5 and pick up the
          oblique string.
 

        Arrange if need.

next

Caledonian Dance

   

Caledonian Dance
(Lu Anyin Hou Mak)

COLLECTED BY
R.H. COMPTON
HONOR MAUDE
 
 






     A. 1 and 2 grasp a short
          segment of the loop.
          A short segment must to
          pass between the hands.

         Pass the right half of
          the segment, in front of
          the left half to form
          a small hanging loop ....
          Introduce 2, toward you,
          in the small hanging loop .

          Straighten 2
          Release 1.
          Extend to absorb the big
          hanging loop.

          You have now two loops
          on 2.
          The near strings are
          parallels and the far
          strings are crossing

          This movement is known as
          "Murray opening".
 
 
 

     B. L1 and L345 remove
          from below lower L2.

     C. L345 enter, from below,
          into L2, while R345 enter,
          from below, into the R2
          two loops.

          You have a loop on L2345,
          two on R2345, and one on
          the L wrist.

     D. Rotate LH three times
          away from you,  above
          the wrist´s loop.
          The RH do the same.

     E. R1 and R2 lift the
          L wrist´s string  over LH.
          Release R1 and R2.
 
 
 

     F. Straighten quickly 2.

Danse

          The figure undo to the right.
          Like a snake.


 
    

dolphins

The dolphins

COLLECTED BY

CAROLINE FURNESS
JAYNE
 
 
 
 
 



           The name dolphin comes from the
        Greek " Delphis " that means "
        spirit of the see".
        The dolphins are carnivorous.
        They are widely spaced eyes: they
        can see up, down and behind them,
        but they can´t see very well from
        the front.
        Therefore, they use the echolocation
        (location of obstacles and shoal of
         fish by echo)
        The dolphins "marry" to another
        dolphin each year.
        They can live up  40-50 years, while in
        captivity they only live seven years!
        It´s great shame when on know, that
        those help often the men, for example,
        for the fishing.
        The man and the shark are the
        enemies of these kind viviparous
        mammals.
 
 
 

      A. Opening A.

      B. 1, over 1f and 2
           picks up 5n.

      C. 3, over 2, picks up 1f.

      D.  Withdraw 1.
           1 enters, from above, into
           his former loops, passes
           below the 2 and 3f
           strings and picks up 5l.

          You have a loop on 1,
           one on 2, one on 3
           and one on 5.

      E. 5 picks up 3f.
           Navaho 5.

      F. 1 removes 2 from below.
           Navaho 1.

      G. Release 5.
           Extend.
 
 

Dauphins 

UNTO THOSE THAT HAVE SHALL MORE BE GIVEN

   

UNTO THOSE
THAT HAVE
SHALL MORE
BE GIVEN
 

COLLECTED BY
LYLE A. DICKEY

         The salt was collected in the past
            by the sea and in the salted lakes.
            In the XIe century, the first
            salterns was creating.
            In the XIVe century,  was creating
            the gabelle (salt tax).
 

            Even if the gabelle (salt tax) has
            changed her name, after the
           French´s Revolution,
           she was definitively abolished only
           in 1946 (in France)!

           The salt has many uses well-known,
           but also less-known as:
           the manufacture of many products as
           the plastic, the chloride bleach,
           the pulp, and some fuels for
           the rockets.
 
 
 
 

      A. Opening A

     B.  2345 dips on 1,
           drawing out 1n
           on the far side of the
           hands.

      C. 1, below all the strings
           except 2345f, picks up 5f.

     D. 1, over 2n, picks up 2f.
          Release 5.

          You have two loops on 1
           one on 2, and one
           on 2345.

     E. 5, over 2, picks up 1f.
           (not mix up with 2345n)
           Release 1.

     F. 1, over 2, picks up 5n.

     G.  1 picks up 2345n et 2n.

      H. Navajo 1 ( lift the
           lower loop over  the
           upper loops and release
           it).

          You have two loops on 1
           one on 2, one on 5 and
           one 2345.

     I. 2 dips into the  triangles
           next to 1.
           Release 2 and 5 and 2345.

     J. 5 enters from below in 1
          and removes the hanging
          loop.
          Release 1. Extend.
 
 



     K. To close the house,
           1 picks up the strings
           running over 5.

       To open release 1.
 

          One can tell a story with
          this figure.
             A wealthy and very miser man
             rest at home.
             A beggar knocks at his door.
             The wealthy asks:
             "Do you have salt? No! Out!"
             An other beggar knocks at the
             same door.
             The wealthy asks:  "Do you
             have salt? Yes!
             My house is yours , come in
             my friend!"
 
 

Prisoner

   

 

Open the prison´s
gates
 

TWO FIGURES
COLLECTED BY
LYLE A. DICKEY





     A. Opening A.

    B. 1, over 2, picks up 5n.

    C. 5, over 2, picks up 1f.

         You have two loops on 1,
         one on 2, and two on 5.

    D. 2 passes over the  palmar
         string, dips in his own loop,
         closing it to the palm.

    E. The palms toward you,
         gently release 1 et 5 ,
         without extend.
         The former loop 2 slips off.

    F. 3, 4 and 5 enters, toward
         you, in the loop 2.

    G. Separate slowly the hands,
         the prison Fermer 
 
 

Ouvrir 
..... open.

             Close the gate
 

     A. Opening A.

     B. 1, below all the strings ,
          picks up 5f.
          Release 5.

     C. 5, over 2, picks up 1f².

         You have two loops on 1,
          one on 2 and two on 5.

    D. 2, passes over the palmar
         string, dips in his own loop
         and hooks down the palmar
         string.

    E. The palms toward you,
         release 1 and 5 slowly,
         without extend.
         The former loop 2 slips off.

    F. 3, 4 and 5 enters, toward
         you, in the loop 2.

    G. Separate slowly the hands,
         as you straighten up 2.
         The prison is closing.
         Two loops surrounde the
          upper 2f.
 
 

Prison2 
 
 

 

Spider

MR SPIDER
 

COLLECTED by

H.C. and H.E. MAUDE
 




       Nareau mean spider in
       Kiribati. It´s a God.
       See here a history of the
       creation
             (http://www.janeresture.com/ki33/creation.htm) .
 
 
 
 

     LONG STRING
 
 

    A. Opening A.

    B. 1, over 2, picks up 5n.

    C. 2 picks up 1f.
         Release 1.

    D. 1, from below, removes
          upper 2 .

    E. 5, over 2, picks up 1f.

        You have one loop on 1,
         one on 2, and two on 5.

    F. 2 picks up 5n
         (oblique string).
         Release 5.

    G. 5, from below, removes
         upper 2.

    H. D2, from above, removes
         L2 loop..

         ...G2, from above, enters
         in the lower R2 loop,
         and removes it, lift it over
         the upper R2 loop.
 

     I. 1, over 2, picks up 5n.

        You have two loops on 1 ,
          one on 2, and one on 5.

     J. 2, from below, picks up 1f.
         pressing 1 against the
         2n strings, and extend
         with the palms away
         from you.
         This last move is calling
         "Caroline Extension " or
         "Pindiki Move".
 
 

Araignee2


         You have here a beautiful
         spider.

    

Island of Moa

  
 

ISLAND OF MOA
 

COLLECTED BY KATHLEEN HADDON
 
 
 
 
 








       Version française
 

     The island of Moa have two villages:
     Kubin and St Paul.
       It is 36 km away from North Island
     Thursday and is 10 km away Est of
     Badu.
     The Kala Lagaw Ya, but also the
     English and the Créole of Torres
     Straits is spoken.
     Most of the people lives on fishing.
 
 

                 MEDIUM STRING
 

      A. Opening A.
           Release 1.

      B. 1, over 2, picks up 5n.

     C. R2, from above,
           removes L2  ..

           ...L2, from above, enters
           lower R2 loop and removes
           it, lifting it over the
           upper R2 loop
           Extend.

     D. 3 enters, from above, 2
          and picks up 1f.

     E. Release 1 and 2. Extend.
 
 

          Here is a mountain
          You have a loop on 3,
           and one on 5.

     F. 1, below 3, picks up 5n
          and, returning also 3f.
          Release 3 and 5.
          Extend.

     G. 5, over upper 1f , picks up
          lower 1f  (transverse).
          Extend.
 
 



Moa10



          Here is the Island of Moa.
 
 

The River, the Fisherman and the Salmon

           



Update/Mis à jour  12/12/2014
 
 


THE RIVER, THE FISHERMAN
AND THE SALMON

COLLECTED BY

G. B. GORDON
FROM
  THE TLINGIT INDIENS





            Medium string
 
 

      A. Opening A.

      B. 1 ,below 2v, picks up 2f.
           Release 2.

      C. 1 picks up 5n.
           Release 5.

      D. 5  picks up lower 1f².
           Then 5 hooks down
           the remaining 1f.
 

      E. R2, passes over R1f
           and picks up upper R1n.

      F. L2 picks up L1 string
           a continuation of R2f.

      G. 1 passes behind, (away
           from you) 2n.
           It´s release one of the
           loop of 1.

      H. Navaho 1.
           This is the river and
           the mountains.
          You have a loop on 1,
            one on 2.
            5 remains bent on his
            loop.
 
 

Rivieremontagnes



        I. 3, enters, from below,
           in 2..... then go bellow 1n...

           ...2 et 3 grasp 1n
           between them.
           Straighten 2 et 3....
           passing by the loop 2
           slipping off..

            ...Release 1.
           These are the mountains.
 
 

Montagnes

 




       J. 1 picks up the string
           crossing the loop 2.
           This is fly.
 
 

      K. Release 2.

      L. 2 removes from above 1.
 
      M. Extend.
            This is the river around
            the mountain.

            You have a loop on 2,
            and one on 5.

       N. L1 picks up the string
            transverse passing in
            front of the figure,
            at the foot of the
            mountain.

      O. R1 et R2 wrap the string
           L1n once around L1.

       P. R1 picks up L1²n.

      Q. 1 picks up 2n
            Navaho 1 (lift the two
            lower loops,
            over the upper loop)

       R. Release 2. Extend.

Pecheurpoisson

 

           This the fisher and the
            salmon.
            You have a loop on 1,
             and one on 5.

       S.  The strings pull taut ...
             release R5.
            The fish got out ....the
             fisherman caught it!
 
 

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