How to make a jet paper airplane . By: Nic S . Introduction .
By: Nic S
My name is Nic. I am an expert at making paper airplanes because I learned from the best my big brother Dan. He taught me how to fold them when I was just 4 years old, while he was babysitting me. We used to spend hours playing with them and we had so much fun. I have made at least 75 paper airplanes in my lifetime. It never gets old.
Step 1: Make a crease down the center of the paper, Step 2: fold the bottom half up to the top.
Step 3: Make a diagonal crease from the center to the bottom corner. Step 4: Repeat on the other side
Step 5: Unfold so that you are left with a diagonal crease. Step 6: Make a diagonal fold on the diagonal crease. Step 7: Repeat on the other side.
Step 8: Make a squash fold by separating the paper and squashing it down evenly. Step 9: repeat on the other side.
Step 10: Make another diagonal fold and repeat on the other side. Step 11: Fold the edges back, then fold the paper in half, back to back.
Step 12: Fold the wings so they are horizontal with the bottom of the plane. Step 13: Make a fold in the top layer of the wing so that it stands up vertically.
Paper airplanes are something that most young children can learn how to make. Usually you learn how to fold a basic dart plane, but this one is special because it’s a jet. It is just one of the many that I learned from my brother. Take it from me, they are so much fun! Follow my instructions and you will be the best paper airplane maker and will impress your friends. Maybe you could teach someone else how to make one.