If you love airplanes, try out some of these paper creations in Building Vehicles That Fly. These paper engineering projects will help you learn the science behind how planes are designed and built. If you understand how the forces of aerodynamics work, you can make a plane out of paper that flies really far! In several of the books listed below the directions are really clear with color photographs to help you make the folds correctly. Start out with a couple easy ones and then try something more challenging.
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Do an experiment with three paper airplanes folding the exact same way with the exact same size of paper. Fly all three planes and measure how far they go. What happens if you add one paperclip to each? What happens of you add 2? Or 3? Record your results.
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If you love airplanes, try out some of these paper creations in Building Vehicles That Fly. Try out some of these paper engineering projects and learn the science behind how planes are designed and built.
Choose from ninety-one different models and build and fly your very own paper airplane.
Presents five-step instructions for drawing aircraft, including a jumbo jet, seaplane, helicopter, and blimp.
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