You followed the instructions of the paper plane design and folded it. So now, let’s learn the correct way of throwing a paper airplane so you can literally fly paper. Read along and use the pictures. Using your index finger
Welcome to Fold Fly Learn.The goal of this site is to encourage adults and children to have fun while learning through experimentation. I love anything that flies, and I wanted to share my passion for flight in a simple and relatively inexpensive way. I have tried to keep the paper plane origami as simple as possible. Why? Simple answer, I can’t fold complicated designs myself, and I concluded that, like me, others shared the same frustration. The beauty of paper airplanes is that you can fold them relatively quickly. They don’t require batteries, you can keep modifying them, make new ones, and if one does get damaged, you can promptly replace it. Which is great for kids as you can quickly fold a new one.