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Paper Airplanes Articles and Technical Information

Paper Airplanes Articles and Technical Information


In this Article you will find a lot of Technical Information about Target Practice, that can offer practical advice for educators. Topics range from introducing science to children in the primary class to integrating technology into your classroom.

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Pick a target, any target (but not your little brother or the dog).

It could be an armchair, the runway on the airport poster in this book, or if you want to pretend you’re a fighter-jet pilot landing on an aircraft carrier, the end of a table or ironing board.

Good planes to use are the Slice, Great White, or Thunderbolt.

Stand back about 10 feet from the target and take aim.

Once you’ve landed in the right place three times, take a big step back and try again.

Keep throwing and stepping back until you’re out of range.

This is a great game to play by your self, but it’s also fun with friends.

Keep score by giving each player a point every time he or she hits the target; whoever has the highest number of points after a certain number of throws, say 20, wins.



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