How to Make Paper Airplanes
It is holiday time and with Bob at home, your hands are filled. This boy is always up to something, whether it is trying to use the lawnmower in the garden, climbing up a tree or bringing a puppy home. Today he doesnâ€™t have anything to do and he has been sulking and pouting since morning. You donâ€™t want to see him unhappy, do you? How about teaching him to make a paper airplane? The idea entices Bob and he has always been a good learner. You only need to have a sheet of paper but making it fly higher and higher and making it glides and land in style can be a challenging job! It is best to experiment how to make an airplane with paper using the resources from the internet. This is what you can do.
You can cut out a triangle which has a height of 7 inches and a base of 10 inches. You have to follow this height and weight specifications closely. Join the vertices of the triangle with a pencil and then fold it along the three lines formed. You have to push the sides so that its tip is like a mountain peak. The fold is then squashed so as to bring the tip down and sides out.
The central diamond shape in the paper is folded to bring lower edges down. The sides are then folded and spread out like wings. This is the easiest way to help Bob make a paper airplane and the next time he shows it to his friends, they can all play at flying airplanes the whole morning while you can safely complete your daily chores at home.