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Hi! Today, I am going to teach you guys how to make a rocket like this. Okay, so the first thing you are going to need is a piece of paper, a square piece of paper. If you have a rectangle piece of paper, your both, this side to the other side like that. And now, build a triangle and it should be have a little bit more regular just cut it off and it will be a square.
So, first thing you do is fold it half this way and not in this way, but this way. Make sure you do a fold that is really well. Okay, anyway, fold this side down or facing down, and fold on this to be about in this two, fold this two through the back.
Okay, after you do this, there should be like some—open right here and the other side is closed, nothing. So, it is just this side anyway and just open the pocket and hold this and open, close. Okay, you fold it and make sure that it should be in the center.
So now, we fold this now, now in this side facing out this way. So, fold this up to here and again, fold this up. Now, you turn around and do the same thing.
So now, it should look balanced and then you should see your pocket is right here, and then this, you should see pockets on this side and to the separate sides. So, you open up the pocket, open it up, and keep your square. So, again, here is the pocket, so you open it up and keep your square, turn around, do your setting. Open it up to make it square, and open it. And, we made a square, so here where we go.
And now, what you are going to do is, you would turn the other way, this way, and then on top, it should look like this. Fold right to your left or from left through right, so just do it from your right to your left for me and how it would be looked like—make fool length from your left to your right but except the bottom.
So, if you do it from left to your right and bring it from your right through your left, just taking time to the bottom line. So now it should look balance with any piece of paper—if they are still open.
Okay, fold this side fold this side to the centerline like this. So, the same on other side, take this everywhere, now, turn it around or like I said through the centerline, okay so let us take it. Now, you turn this from your right side through your left side or from left side through your right side. The same from the other side and it should look like this—do it like this, your pockets are open.
So now, what you are going to do is put your hand in each of the pocket, open, push it down. So, you open it and push it down. So turn it around, open, push it down, open the pockets, and push it down, I guess—there you go.
And, when you are doing your rocket—with a piece of paper, right? So you may want to open it a little bit like that and from the side. You will get a close look. Here is what it is look like.
Well, I got big hands, so you compare with my hands, open it like this. Okay, so that is how you make your rocket. So, hope you guys like it, please comment, subscribe and if you have any questions just send me your message or call me, I will answer as fast as I can and as soon as I can, and yes, thanks for watching as soon as it start.