The kit has so many different things to play with, but I think my favorite part was the art activity we did at the end. We made our own paper airplanes! And guess what? You can too! I took some pictures, and I’ll show you how:
1. Take a sheet of plain old copy or construction paper. You can use any color you like!
2. Fold it in half like a hot dog. Make sure you make a nice crease!
3. Open up the paper again, and you’ll have a line right down the middle.
4. Make a triangle with the edge of the paper right up to the line.
5. Repeat on the other side. Now the top of your paper is one big triangle. It looks kind of like the roof of a house!
6. Flip your paper over, so you can’t see the flaps anymore. Then, fold it in half again. We’re almost done!
7. Now we’re ready to make some wings!Fold the flap of the paper in half by pulling it down to the edge.
8. Flip it over and do the same thing on the other side!
9. Now you can open those flaps. Your paper airplane is ready!
How do you make your paper airplane? What do you think makes it fly better? What if I changed the wings? What if there was wind? Any ideas?