I’m sure all of us have spent time folding and flying paper planes during our childhood, and now there’s a new kids movie out celebrating that timeless favourite pass time.
Here are four fun ways to fold paper planes, inspired by the hit Australian movie Paper Planes (click the link to read our full review.) This is a great family friendly movie, which the kids and I really enjoyed. It’s out in cinemas in the UK now!
These four paper plane folding ideas will see you through the stages from the classic paper plane you probably learned to rustle up as a kid, up to some crazily unique designs like the round “defier”. You can see all of these paper plane designs at different points of the movie, along with some other really impressive ones too.
Paper planes are one of the most popular forms of origami, and are a childhood staple – introduce your kids to these new designs, and I’m sure they’ll be impressed!
How to fold paper planes
The Classic Dart
The Manta Ray
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