# How to Make a Paper Plane By Mark Thompson

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How to Make a Paper Plane By Mark Thompson
Have you ever wanted to make a paper plane but you didn’t know how, well now with these instructions you can make: A Glider and A Simple Stunt Plane`

A Glider (A4) Throw just a bit of Force at about a 30 to 40 degree angle toward the sky. The dart, if made correctly should be accurate and travel a long Distance

Instructions to make a Glider
Step1 Fold a piece of A4 paper in half longways. Then fold the top corners down as shown. Step 2 Fold in the sides so that point A and B meet at the centre crease

Instructions to make a Glider
Step 3 Fold Points C and D into the centre as shown above Step 4 Turn the model over and fold it in half longways

Instructions to make a Glider
Step 5 Fold down the wings so that the edge of the wing meets the bottom or fuselage of the plane. Step 6 Now the plane is complete so have fun flying it. For Throwing suggestions see the Introduction of the glider .

A Stunt Plane (Foolscap)
Loops - throw the plane vertically with a fair amount of pressure Circles - hold the plane on it’s side and throw slightly upwards Gliding - throw the plane gently in the direction you want it to go

Instructions to make a Stunt Plane
Step 1 Fold and then unfold the following folds, from A - D, B - C and E - F Step 2 Push point E to point F so that when completed it looks like the picture above

Instructions to make a Stunt Plane
Step 4 turn the plane over and fold points A and B into the centre so that they touch Step 3 Fold the triangular part at the top over

Instructions to make a Stunt Plane
Step 5 Fold point C over so that it covers points A and B Step 6 Turn the plane over again and fold it in half

Instructions to make a Stunt Plane
Step 8 The plane is completed why not try it out or take a look at the introduction for tips on throwing. Step 7 Fold down the wing so that their edges go down about 5mm past the bottom of the plane

Happy Flying