How to Make Paper Airplanes
From the Set Make Your Own Fun
Teaches readers how to make several easy paper airplanes, including the dart, the arrow, and a glider.
A noteworthy review of Make Your Own Fun from Children's Bookwatch on October 1, 2013
How to Make Paper Airplanes is an exciting book from a juvenile crafts and activities series that teaches students in clearly illustrated, sequenced steps how to build 6 different paper airplane projects or related activities. Included are plans for the arrow, the dart, the flying fish, the Nagamura, the great glider, and the remnant. In addition, there is a Glossary and a Bibliography section with both books and web sites. How to Make Paper Airplanes can be a useful reference book or tool for kids age 8 and up who want to learn about aerodynamics and build their own flying paper airplane. Other titles from the Make Your Own Fun series that are also highly recommended include Sports Safety (9781623235413, $27.07/18.95) by Elizabeth Lang, How to Make Stuff with Duct Tape (9781623235635, $27.07/18.95) by Samantha Bell, Magic Tricks with Cards (9781623235574, $27.07/18.95), by Jenna Lee Gleisner, Magic Tricks with Coins (9781623235567, $27.07/18.95), by Jenna Lee Gleisner, Magic Tricks with Science (9781623235598, $27.07/18.95), by Samantha Bell, Magic Tricks with String (9781623235611, $27.07/18.95), by B. B. Adams, How to Face Paint (9781623235604, $27.07/18.95), by Megan Atwood; and How to Make Balloon Animals (9781623235581, $27.07/18.95), by Megan Atwood, all titles illustrated by Kelsey Oseid.