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How to make paper airplanes?
This section is specifically for plane lovers, and is organised neatly to display over 50 models of Gliders, Hunters, Acrobatic and Decoratives planes. Each paper model is pictured in detail, along with instructions on how to make them fly. The categories mentioned above, are according to the type of planes — for e.g., hunters and darts would fly fast, whereas gliders, would cover long distance by staying afloat in the air, for longer.
There are many airplane designs in “Origami for Kids”, and we decided to divide them into four main categories, which are presented below. Click on the link of each category, to see the features and aircraft models included. Read carefully, and you will learn to fold the bests origami plane instructions.
Select an airplane to view its folding instructions, which appear as animation. The instructions are displayed with a starting paper on the left, folds or creases to be made are animated in the middle, and the resultant shape, is presented on the right. At the bottom, there are buttons to for ‘Next’ and ‘Back’ to move to required steps.
While creating these planes, with standard letter or A4 sized pages (used for printouts and photocopies), also read user comments on how they found the planes.
Paper Airplane Designers in this category:
Origami Airplanes History.
The great history of the origami airplane designs, has never truly been established, but it is believed that the first piece of flying paper, was likely a crumpled up piece of the first paper fold tossed aside to the garbage.
Most historians believe that the Chinese were the first to build paper air crafts, almost 2000 years ago,. Since they are credited as the early inventors of paper, it does seem logical that they would be the first ones to find a creative use for the substance.
Just like any other flight device, there has been an evolution of paper airplane easy flying for kids, to the point where they have become real serious flying machines.
Okay, stop to read about history , forget everything you know about the origami craft airplanes they are not toys, they are technically high-performance paper machines, capable of flying long distances at high speed. All models in this section really fly. they are not very paper easy to assemble because they are designed for demanding people, who want to build it for competition or to impress a friend.
Here in Origami-Kids you will find craft kids guidelines, paper step by step fold animations and watch diagrams totally FREE, for model airplanes with 3D animations that have guided you in the construction of airplanes. Here you will learn how to make a paper airplane.
How to Fold the Paper Plane World records.There are multiple goals for a origami plane flight:
- Distance (javelin throwing).
- Time (javelin throwing straight up with subsequent metamorphosis into a sailplane).
- Aerobatic (looping).
- Stable flight.
- There have been many attempts over the years, to break the barriers of throwing a paper plane for the longest time aloft. Ken Blackburn held this Guinness World Record for 13 years (1983–1996), and had regained the record on October 1998 by keeping his paper plane aloft for 27.6 seconds (indoors). This was confirmed by Guinness officials and a CNN report. The paper plane that Blackburn used in this record breaking attempt was a “glider”.
- As of 2012, Takuo Toda holds the world record for the longest time in air (27.9 seconds).
- The distance record (226 feet 10 inches or 69.14 metres) was set by Joe Ayoob, with a plane constructed by John Collins, in February 2012.
The following video present some of the airplanes of paper available on this website.
All airplane paper designs in this section are superb fliers and can be made from ordinary paper. Some will fly slowly and gracefully, while others will perform exciting acrobatic maneuvers. The experts achieve perfect results by folding their planes very accurately, and throwing them with special techniques.
Look for the throwing instructions with each plane so that you can make your planes really fly! If your plane takes a nose-dive, try again, or check that you have folded it exactly as the drawings show.
Why not set up paper planes origami competitions and games with your friends? Find the plane that flies the longest distance, for the longest time, or can do the best acrobatics. See whose plane performs best! You can even change the designs slightly, or design your own planes — see the design tips at the back of this book.
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