Form the tetraedron, by folding
together its several triangles around that particular one which is shaded.

Bring the several parts which constitute the cube around the
shaded square.

Form the Octaedron by folding
together its several triangles around that particular one which is shaded.

Bring the several hexagons together to form the two halves of the dodecaedron then bringing the two halves together to wrap around the shaded hexagon.

Fold along all interior lines to bring the several triangles
together around the shaded triangle.

First form the tetraedron, by
folding together its several triangles around that particular one which is shaded.
Then move its vertex till the other angular point, which
is moveable, is so much elevated above the plane, that the side which connects
those two points of the tetraedron becomes parallel to the plane from which the whole
was raised.

The tetraedron being in that position, bring the several parts which constitute the hexaedron around it; thus will the four angular points of the tetraedron fall exactly in the four angles of the cube.

The octaedron being first formed,
fold the tetraedron over it.

First form the octaedron, and
raise it perpendicularly upon one of its angular
points, then fold the cube around it, and the angular points of the octaedron will then touch the center of each side of the cube.

Form the cube, and incline it a little forward till its sides
bisect those of the octaedron, when folded around
it.