Origami Instructions : How to Make a Paper Fan

Origami Instructions : How to Make a Paper Fan


Another thing to do instead of taking notes
in Math class is to keep yourself occupied with your paper you’re supposed to be taking
your notes on. Hi, my name is Robert Segundo and I’m going to teach you today how to make
a paper fan. We’re going to take our regular notebook size piece of paper that we have
here. What we’re going to do is we’re just going to take it, we’re going to fold it in
half, like so. And what we’re going to do is we’re going to fold this into a whole bunch
of small folds, like so, about an inch to three quarters of an inch long. This is a
good way to pass the time where you teacher’s droning on about something that’s really not
going to be prevalent in your life anyway. Like I mean how many times you guys are going
to use quadratic equations in the real world. Here we go. Now that we have our sheet made
like so, what we’re going to do is we’re going to take our bottom in, we’re going to fold
it up once, you can fold it up twice if you want to. And then just take your paper fan
and just open it up like so. Now you can sit in the back of class and show the teacher
exactly how much you’re paying attention by fanning yourself off. My name is Robert Segundo
and enjoy your paper fan.

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