This airplane is pretty fly!
In this activity, you will be making a paper airplane out of a single piece of paper. It takes around ten to fifteen minutes to do this entire activity.
Some of the procedure on the JPL website is a bit wonky so I ended up consulting youtube for a video representation of how to build it . This is a perfect fun activity with light science concepts but plenty of engagement. To bolster the experiment, consider adding things like binder clips or changing the diameter of the airplane to see if it behaves any differently. I’d recommend this activity for anyone looking for a fun variation of the typical paper airplane.