How to Make a New Glider

Introduction: How to Make a New Glider

Believe me, I invented this glider. This is a very cool glider. This is my first Instructable.

Teacher Notes

Teachers! Did you use this instructable in your classroom?
Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.

Step 1: What You Need

you will need a pair of scissors,ball pen,scale and of course a sheet of paper.

Step 2: Make a Water Bombase

make two diagnol folds and fold the two creases to get a water bombase!

Step 3: Make a Square Water Bombase

After you get the water bombase, take the top edge and fold it a little down. Press it hard to make a very nice crease. Open the whole glider to make a square water bombase. You will find a square crease. Fold the edges of the square. Fold two of the creases inside the square to get a square water bombase.

Step 4: Making the Nose

After you get the square water bombase, take the two down corners and fold it to the top.
Fold the point sidewards.And then fold it halfway backwards. Do the same to the other side.

Step 5: Folding the Wings

First fold the whole glider in half to get a center crease. And then take one corner and fold it to the crease we just made. After getting the wing, fold the wing in half making an angle shown below.

Step 6: Cutting

Mark lines as shown below.And then cut it.

Step 7: The End

Flip the glider over. Now take the first layer and fold it to make the angle the front, just fold the pointed ends for a better glide. Its done!

Step 8: How to Fly

just hold one of your fingers in the fold we did in the last step. Give it a slow THROW and it will GO!!!

Be the First to Share


    • Declutter Speed Challenge

      Declutter Speed Challenge
    • First Time Author Contest

      First Time Author Contest
    • Leather Challenge

      Leather Challenge

    4 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

    thnx for the mistake. I've changed it to paper airplanes section

    Nice instructable, but I think it's in the wrong section. Btw, welcome to instructables, hope you enjoy the site!