While I was working at Origami House in 2012, I was asked to design some models to be folded from one or more sheets of 1x2 rectangular paper for some folding kits. This tiger was one such model, folded from two identical 1x2 rectangles cut from one square. While it was not ultimately used for publication, it now serves as a relatively simple color-change tiger to celebrate the 2022 year of the tiger.
A version of this tiger is published in the book Extraordinary Origami edited by Marc Kirschenbaum.
One square of two-color paper (I suggest the square be at least 10" on a side), which we will cut in half at the start of class.
Scissors or knife may be useful, but tearing your starting square in half can also work.
While the model can be assembled without glue, some glue can help strength the assembly and keep the layers of paper from opening up.