There's some sort of magic that surrounds "fortune tellers" or "cootie catchers". It's wild because I remember loving them when I was in elementary school! A little origami goes a long way to keeping busy kids' attention.
It's probably best to watch a couple online videos before doing this activity with the kids, but I put directions on the page too. I usually do it in a whole group format and go step by step with everyone.
This activity is a great follow up to some of the really great books they have out there now about bullying. Books like "Bully Beans" by Julia Cook, "Bully Blockers" by Teresa Bateman, "The Juice Box Bully" by Maria Dismondy,.. just to name a few of my favs for 3rd, 2nd, and 4th grade respectively. I typically read and discuss the books and bullying definition in one lesson, then fold the fortune tellers and let kids find partners and use them in the next lesson. Really tie it all together :)