How to Fold a Paper into Ten Squares


Folding a piece of paper into ten squares may sound confusing but it’s actually very quick and easy. Use the finished paper as an organizational tool, such as a cleaning chart or to-do list, or cut them apart and use the pieces as play business cards or coupons.

How to fold a paper into ten squares
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  • 8 1/2-by-11 inch piece of paper
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
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Fold the paper in half lengthwise, making it 4 1/2-by-11 inches long.

Fold lengthwise
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Measure 2 1/8 inches from the left side and mark it with pencil. It’s best to make two marks. One on the top and bottom. This will be your guide to folding the next step.

Measure and mark
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Fold the paper on the pencil marks.

Fold on pencil marks
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Flip the piece of paper over and fold it equally on top of the last fold, like an accordion.

Fold like an accordion
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Continue flipping and folding until you’ve reached the end of the paper. You will have five sections.

Continue folding
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Unfold the paper to give you ten equal squares.

Ten equal squares
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