## Introduction: HOW TO MAKE a PAPER AIRPLANE

18 Easy, Simple steps to make a paper airplane.

## Step 1:

Choose the top right corner and fold the paper into a diagonal, making the paper into a triangle with some room at the bottom

## Step 2:

Make the diagonal crease, then unfold it.

## Step 3:

Choose the top left corner and fold it then unfold it. (Repeat like step 1 just using the top left corner)

## Step 4:

**Flip the paper over.** The should be a visible big crease X on the paper.

## Step 5:

Now fold the paper over so that the top lines up precisely with the bottom of the big crease X.

## Step 6:

**Flip the paper over**

## Step 7:

Now press the middle of the crease X until the side of the paper “jump” up.

## Step 8:

Pull the top of the paper forward. the side should be folding inwards.

*It should end up like a house.

## Step 9:

Bring the bottom right corner of the triangle over to the bottom left corner and crease it.

## Step 10:

Now fold in the new bottom right corner so that there is a crease running from the top of the triangle to the lower right triangle.

## Step 11:

**Flip over**. Lift only the top flap of the paper and fold it over to the left side so it lines up with the bottom edges of the paper.

## Step 12:

Now fold in the left corner of the triangle, just like in step 10. make sure it lies right on top of the first one you made.***Once finish flip it so that the smaller triangle is visible on top.**

## Step 13:

Fold the top of the triangle down leaving 1 inch from the bottom.

## Step 14:

Now fold that piece up so that the point is touching the top. **Flip over once finish.**

## Step 15:

Fold the plane over in half making sure the edges line up perfectly.

## Step 16:

Fold the wing at an angle where the nose (front) of the plane is about 2 times smaller than the butt (back) of the plane.

## Step 17:

**Flip it over. ** And fold the second wing in so the edges line up exactly with the first wing. (Matching the wings)

## Step 18:

Unfold and Fly.

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