For those that were children before twenty,
thirty, and even forty years paper windmill
is well known. Making a paper windmill was
everyone’s favorite leisure time during the
childhood.Windmill will certainly be
interesting for generations which grow up
with video games. It is not hard to make,
so let’s repeat these simple steps ones again!
Material for work:
- square paper (4 × 4 inch)
- adhesive paper
If you don’t have material for work, check our material for work recommendations for purchase.
MAKE A PAPER WINDMILL
Draw a diagonal lines on square paper. Mark with dashes points which are 1 inch away from the center.
Cut paper diagonally from the edges toward the center, but only to marked dash boundaries. Bend as shown and glue it. Pul the pin through the middle of the windmills and the top of the straw. Curl the pin from the back side or add a piece of rubber to prevent disintegration of windmill.
If the paper windmill have difficulty in rotation, you just move a bit of straw.