Purpose: The purpose of this activity is for students to gather some baseline information, make one variable and test the results, make another variable and test the results, choose a paper plane design that they believe will fly the farthest and … Continue reading
viernes, 22 de noviembre de 2019
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lunes, 18 de noviembre de 2019
Just one sheet of paper can lead to a whole lot of fun. How? Paper planes! All you have to know is how to fold and you can have a simple plane in a matter of minutes! But what kind … Continue reading →
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domingo, 17 de noviembre de 2019
Origami Owl by Davor Vinko Designer: Davor Vinko. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 15 min. Folded from a square blue cardboard with canvas texture, about 30 cm x 30 cm. The dimensions may vary depending on … Continue reading →
viernes, 15 de noviembre de 2019
Cherry blossom origami: How to make the paper flowers from our Magazine cover By Beth Chang When Adrian Higgins wrote about Japanese influence on American horticulture for this weekend’s Washington Post Magazine, art directors Beth Broadwater and Diamond James pondered how best … Continue reading →
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jueves, 14 de noviembre de 2019
Paper airplanes have fascinated children and adults alike around the globe for generations. A simple toy to some, an aeronautics research tool to others, paper airplanes can be folded into a variety of designs, from basic darts and gliders to … Continue reading →
miércoles, 13 de noviembre de 2019
Elevator Experiment Make a paper airplane (the count or the pirate’s Secret would be good) and throw it without adjusting the elevators. See how it flies. Now bend the elevators up a little and throw it again. Adjust the plane … Continue reading →