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How do airplanes stay in the sky? Kids' creativity flies high when they experiment with basic aerodynamics.
Discover the hundreds of different kinds of airplanes there are. Find out about how airplanes fly. Use these ideas to invent your own planes! This is just one idea.
With Crayola® Scissors, cut slits at both ends of a cardboard tube. Cut pieces of foam to form the nose and tail of the plane, and slide them through the slits. Cut a small slit in front of the tail and add a foam stabilizer. Cut foam into two wings. Cut a slit into each side of the cardboard roll. Insert wings into slits.
Use Crayola School Glue to secure loose airplane parts.
Cover your work area with newspaper. Using Crayola Washable Kid's Paint and Crayola Paint Brushes, color and decorate your airplane with windows and a name or logo. Dry.
With an adult, choose an outdoor paved area that is clean, safe, and free from traffic. With Crayola Sidewalk Paint and a brush, design a hangar and landing strip for your plane. See how well it can fly!
Let's make something!
Draw colorful circles that pop into an exciting 3-D display when you wear 3-D glasses. To play the game, capture circles
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