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Learns how to make an Unusual
Dart Paper Plane





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This cute little three winged Dart Paper Plane is quite simple to make and after a little adjustment with the Blu Tac and a few test flights you will find it easy to fly.


How to Make It

  • Print the model onto light white board.

  • If you are little ask an adult to help you cut out each of the three wing sections.

  • Fold the three sections in half along the centre line with the printed side inwards

  • With paste, gum or craft glue join each of the three sections together at the non printed side until they join up like a star.

  • When the glue has completely dried add some Blu Tac to the nose of the craft until it flies the way you want.

  • Now with a little bit of practice and experimenting you are ready to fly.



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