I like this plane, because it doesn't involve cutting, and uses standard copier paper. This plane does involve a little measuring, but a little guessing shouldn't affect flying too much.
A video of making and flying the Airplane is available here on the intro, and on the last step.
Oh yeah, this is my first Instructable, so please, I don't even care if your rude about it, tell me what I can do to improve.
Step 1: Gather Materials
As I said before, You will need a standard 8.5x11 sheet of printer paper. You could use lighter paper if you felt the urge (like tracing paper, or rice paper), or you could print a simple pattern or texture on your paper.
A ruler helps to get the measurements exact, which in turn makes better flight.
You may wish to make elevator flaps on the back of the wings with the scissors. I personally do not do this, because I believe it flies better without them.
Step 2: Make Initial Folds
1. Do a "Hot-Dog" fold, in half vertically. If you need further assistance, I have drawn a line on the fold. :P
2. Fold the two corners down to the center fold.
3. Fold THOSE corners down once more, again, to the center line.
Both 2 and 3 are mirror folds on the opposite side.