In this video I’m going to show you how to fold a pentagon from a square. We’re going to start with the white side up, and fold edge to edge. And then turn the paper to mark the halfway point. So first we’re going to take the angle bisector and mark it in the center only. And then get the intersection to mark the half by folding the edge to the other edge and again, marking the center, kind of trying to get that intersection to work. Now rotate the paper so that the closed edge is on the right, and the open edge is on the left, and then take the lower right point and bring it to that intersection. Right now we’re folding two-fifths of this angle because we want to create a pentagon which has five sides, so we need a fifth of an angle. So this is two-fifths, then using the angle bisector, gives us one-fifth. So we’ve got one-fifth, two-fifths, three-fifths, and so these again, are two-fifths, which again we’re going to fold in half like this. And then we again, have two-fifths, which again, we can fold in half. Then we have one, two, three, four, five-fifths and we have this top layer, and this top layer is going to be the edge of the pentagon. So we’re going to take some scissors or a cutting knife and cut exactly along that edge. Then your pentagon is all done. A perfect pentagon. Hope it helps, and Happy Folding!