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How to make paper airplanes?
http://eng.origami-kids.com/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.
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How to make a Paper Helicopter that Flies
http://eng.origami-kids.com/paper-airplane/acrobatic/paper-helicopter.htm
The Paper Helicopter is a unique design for a vehicle with a spinning vertical descent. Stand on a chair or other high place and just drop it. One way to decorate it is as a jet-pack flier.

You’ll find his tail and his head separately under More Wings & Tails. All you have to do is match up the two halves at the appropriate points and he’s ready to fly. To easily customize this flier, change his uniform and add markings to his helmet. Another appropriate design for this is a helicopter design. Jettipped ‘copter blades can be found in the Hardware file.
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Fold Your Own Origami Boats, Ships and Yachts to Sail the High Seas!
http://eng.origami-kids.com/paper-boat boy-floating-paper-boatIf you are an aspiring seafarer, if you love the feel of wind in your hair and salt spray on your face, or if you just love mucking about in boats, then welcome to the fun world of paper boats. With the models shown in this section, you will be able to create your own nautical adventures on boating ponds, local streams, rivers, rapids, the beach, or even the high seas… be it your local swimming pool or in your bathtub.
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Prison Break Origami Crane
http://eng.origami-kids.com/step-by-step-origami/origami-crane.htm

Prison Break was one of my favorite TV series not only because Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is so handsome, but also for the originality of the story. In one episode, we saw how is used an origami swam in order to give a message to escape from prison.

Many people have tried to make this paper swam particularly, and finally, here it is. I hope you enjoy! This video tutorial presents a complete, step-by-step overview of how to make a paper swan.
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Origami Alphabet by Jo Nakashima
http://eng.origami-kids.com/easy-origami/origami-alphabet.htm
Alphabet Origami introduces you to origami, the Japanese art of Paper folding. Origami can be enjoyed by both children and adults. These video tutoriales shows you how to CREATE Alphabet capital letters with paper. Let’s fold paper and spell out names, initials, your pet’s names, and so on. Children will increase vocabularies by building Words with folded papers.
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Easy Origami Catamaran
http://eng.origami-kids.com/paper-boat/easy-origami-catamaran.htm
Easy Origami Catamaran without Sailing The Easy Catamaran is a easy origami design. This unique, dual hulled boat makes for a fun origami lesson. Check out the 3D animation and add this neat boat to your origami knowledge base!i Twirl. This is a modular flower that is perfect for mother’s day gift . The twirls are so perfect that the petals look amazingly natural. Designed by Krysyna Burczyk. Folded and video tutorial by Sara Adams. An awesome origami project that is easy and looks really cool. Beautiful right! And so easy. Your friends will think you are an origami master!
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The longest distance flight by a paper airplane

http://eng.origami-kids.com/paper-airplane/what-is-the-longest-distance-flown.htm

The Guinness Record Worlds for the longest flight by a paper airplane is 69.14 meters (226 feet 10 inches), achieved by Joe Ayoob and aircraft designer John M. Collins (both USA), at McClellan Air Force Base, in North Highlands, California, USA on 26 February 2012. The plane was constructed from a single sheet of uncut A4 paper. Joe Ayoob flew the aircraft designed by John M. Collins.
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Origami instructions for Kids
http://eng.origami-kids.com/
ORIGAMI KIDs offers you more than 100 models of origami airplanes, box, boats and other origami craft. We are continuously adding new models.

| ★ | The planes and ship are classified in the following categories: Gliders, Hunters, Vortexes, Tumbling, Paper Boat 3D Origami Box and Origami for Children. Also is include helpful flight tips for each design.

Paper-folding is a wonderful hobby, and a wonderful group activity… and for kids it has so many benefits socially and for the developing mind, but I just love it because you get to make cool stuff – with only a sheet of paper!

This site contains graphics, it could take long time to load if you’re low speed conection. If you want to make the newest crafts planes, it is worth the wait but I thought, I would give you fair warning first. Learn how to make Step by step Easy Instructions, origami diagrams, video animations and more.

We have a great collection of arts paper models on the site ranging in difficulty from very easy ones to some harder ones, and for the real enthusiasts, there are some links to some AMAZING folding… You will never believe these things came from one piece of paper – its just mind boggling what some people can do!
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