Making paper airplane is an easy and inexpensive hobby because a sheet of paper is all that you need to get started. However, making paper airplane to fly higher, further and glide in style is even more interesting and challenging.
If you are working in a child care or elderly care center, making paper airplanes can also be a useful and therapeutic pass time activity for children and the elderly. Folding paper airplane can help to keep their minds active and throwing them can also be a form of physical exercise.
Below is a paper airplane model folding instruction video I have created personally. Try it and watch your paper airplanes fly and glide in style.
How to make an Eagle Owl Paper Airplane
This is a paper airplane designed by a 11-year old boy (my son actually - well he's now 13). Having observed how I created the previous designs, he began to design his own. He tried a number of times but those could not fly. But one day he came and showed me this latest design and flew it before me. After testing it several times, he had finally made a break through! He gave a name for this paper airplane design - the Eagle Owl!
(Note : Paper Airplane is best folded on an 80g paper. Patience and persistence are also necessary to ensure a good fold.)
Anyone like to guess why it was called the Eagle Owl?
You may like to check out the following paper airplane designs I have created as well.