Make your own miniature aircraft
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This popular paper pastime has been with us for generations. Thanks to the internet, today's kids can learn all the greatest designs ever created - the sky's the limit! Are you ready for take off? Read on to learn How to Make Paper Planes!
Dart Paper Airplane. Considered the easiest of the paper airplane designs, newcomers can start here! From Origami Way.
The Buzz. A little more involved than The Dart, the Buzz has added control for more interesting flights. From Fold 'n' Fly.
Origami Airplane With Landing Gear. Now this is advanced! From Origami Instructions.
Fast Swallow. This plane soars in the wind. From Fold 'n' Fly.
How to Make the Fastest Paper Airplane. Back to basics with "The Fastest Paper Airplane". From Instructables.
Bonus: Meet "The Paper Airplane Guy" - John Collins has devoted himself to creating and flying the world's best paper airplanes.
Bonus: The earliest paper planes are thought to have been created in China over 2000 years ago. Leonardo Da Vinci is also said to have invented them. But, the paper plane in its current form is credited to Jack Northrop, co-founder of the Lockheed aircraft corporation, who invented them in the early 1930s.
Important: Crafts often involve using scissors, craft knives, glue and other hazardous tools. A responsible adult must supervise crafts at all times and undertake the dangerous and difficult parts themselves. JoJoFun is not responsible for the content of external websites.