How to Make Paperboat

I will be showing how to make a paper boat. Paper boat is very easy to make, and it will be a lot of fun for kids. Especially in the summertime, while you and your kids are swimming in the pool, you can make paper boats and let your kids play with it. It is very simple to make it. I hope you will enjoy it.

Different people have the different view and their own style. There are different ways and steps to make a Paper Boat. But I am showing easiest and clear steps to put paper together.

Material Needs to make paper boat: Any kind of paper in rectangular shape, scissor.

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Step 1: The First Step Is Easy and Excited. You Have to Take Paper Sheet and Fold It in the Middle of the Paper. the Paper Should Be in Rectangular Shape.

Step 2: You Have to Fold It in Half From Bottom to Top Along Its Long Side. So, It Helps to Make a Straight Line in the Middle of the Paper. And, Fold As Shown in the Picture.

Step 3: : Fold the Bottom of the Paper Against Both Sides. You Have to Grab the Top Flap at the Bottom of the Paper and Fold It Up Against the Bottom of the Two Folded Triangles.

Step 4: Fold the Bottom Corners In. As Shown in the Picture You Have to Fold the Both Bottom Corners to Make the Boat Strong.

Step 5: Pull Out the Middle to Make the Triangle Into a Square. You Have to Be Careful While Pulling in the Middle Because It Can Destroy the Whole Process.

Step 6: : Fold Up the Bottom Flaps.

Step 7: Make the Triangle Into a Square Again.

Step 8: Pull Out the Triangles on the Side of the Square. This Is the Excited Step Where You Can See the Structure of the Boat.

Step 9: Take It in the Water and Enjoy With It.

Step 10:

I have provided all the steps and information you need to make a paper boat. I hope that you will have no problem while making it. I believe your kids will enjoy paper boat in summertime in the pool. If you have any questions regarding the steps, please leave your comments down below. Enjoy your fun time with your kids and make a memory.

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    audreyobscura

    6 months ago

    Thanks for sharing your origami tips!