Some paper creations make your day better while some others help to lift you broken mood. Here is one that does both. Just give it a try!
Make a paper plane
Not all paper crafts are interesting and enjoyable to make as much as paper planes. Folding a piece of paper into a plane and then watching it fly is a nostalgic experience which every one of us have tried at least once in our childhood.
Kids love playing with paper planes. It is a huge deal for them. They just need a piece of paper and they could spend hours making and playing with paper planes. They look so happy especially while flying the planes from a hight.
Even in school students make paper planes. They are fond of passing secret notes to their friends by writing on the planes.
It is just so common that sometimes people simply make paper planes to excuse their boredom. The simple craft could literally subtract the boredom with the tiny fun that you get while crafting it.
Want to make one right away? Here is how to make it.
You can also make a tail for your paper plane. This is an additional step which is not mandatory. Here is how it is done.
This video shows how to make a paper plane step by step
Fun facts about planes:
- Scientists, engineers and students use paper airplanes to study aerodynamics.
- In 2012, workers restoring a chapel in England found paper “planes” up in the eaves thought to be more than a hundred years old.
- The farthest flight by a paper aircraft is 69.14 meters.
- Flying fish have been recorded taking “flights” over the water stretching up to 1,300 feet.
- The first book about recreational paper folding came out in Japan in 1797, and included the iconic “crane” design.
carriethomson from United Kingdom on July 03, 2018:
WOW! It's really interesting, I tried and it works well...Great and thank you!