Hey, everyone! Today I’m going to be showing you how to make a easy indoor paper airplane that flies far and upside down. Here’s a little info about it: This paper airplane was inspired by the book Championship Paper Planes by Paul Jackson. It can fly upside down, straight, upward, downward, and any other way you can imagine. Let’s begin!
Here’s a picture of how it should look when it’s done without glitter:
What You’ll Need:
Colored Pencil (optional)
How to Make It:
First, fold the paper hot dog style.
Second, unfold and you should see a crease down the middle.
Third, fold a large triangle along the crease.
Fourth, fold a smaller triangle on the other side of the crease. You should see that it’s overlapped.
Fifth, fold again. You should see the engine where you’ll hold it at.
Sixth, fold the triangles over to form the wings.
Seventh, hold it up underneath the crooked wings to make it nice looking.
Eighth, experiment and test the paper airplane.
The crookedness gives the paper airplane power.
Try flying it in a room with not too much stuff in it.
Fold the nose (the tip of the paper airplane) down and you will see many more tricks and stunts.
Try coming up with a name for your paper airplane (so if you have a lot paper airplanes, you’ll be able to find it).
If you have any questions based on this craft, comment the question below and I’ll answer it for you. Thank you!
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