This craft project is perfect for kids — just fold, and let your imagination fly.Aug 2, 2016PHILIP FRIEDMAN/STUDIO D
Get ready for some all-ages play with this DIY target game: Cut holes in a piece of poster board and assign a point value to each. Prop up with bookends, then send paper airplanes soaring! For aerodynamic planes, try our foolproof folding method below, as perfected by GH Institute engineers.Step 1
Crease letter-size paper the long way, then fold top corners into center seam.Step 2
Lower point to about 1 inch above bottom edge.Step 3
Repeat step 1, then lift small triangle under folds so it points up.Advertisement – Continue Reading Belowhttps://2dbd16e369a01e7764d38634624915a3.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.htmlStep 4
Uncurl a paper clip, leaving a hook on one end. Glue or tape it to center seam so hook hangs.Step 5
Fold both wings down so top edges line up with bottom. Loop a rubber band around end of paper clip to launch.Let it fly!
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