To make a classic paper airplane, fold a sheet of paper in half, fold the corners toward the first fold line, fold the new corners to make angled edges meeting at the center, and fold the paper back up along the center l... More »

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Several folding methods exist to make a paper airplane for a child's classroom experiment or just for fun, but the popular dart design involves a single sheet of 8.5-by-11-inch copy paper. This is the basic form of a pap... More »

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Paper airplanes can be useful aides in demonstrating aerodynamics, and they're a fun origami project. Making a simple paper airplane only requires a few folds of the paper, with an eye to symmetry for balanced flight. More »

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Some different ways to fold a paper airplane include the hammerhead airplane method, in which you crease the paper so that the flying tips are at the end of the craft, and the bottlenose airplane method, in which you fol... More »

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Making paper snowflakes involves folding paper in half diagonally twice, folding it into thirds, cutting off any extra material and trimming the edges freehand. When unfolded, the results yield a snowflake pattern. More »

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Fold a paper boat by first forming a simple paper hat, then folding the corners up and pulling the corners apart. This takes only a few minutes, and you need a single 8 1/2 by 11-inch piece of paper. More »

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Make a tricorn hat out of paper by molding packing paper around a bowl for a cap and shaping the edges for the brim. This project takes under an hour. You need a mixing bowl, heavyweight packing paper, masking tape, glue... More »