Paper airplanes are a past-time almost as old as planes themselves. Along with making airplanes, you can make a game of it that is easy to play and easy to clean up.
Size of Group: Any
Equipment: White paper, markers, construction paper, and tape.
Objective: hand-dexterity, hand-eye coordination, peer interaction, following instructions, good sportsmanship.
Description: First, have each participant make their own paper airplanes. There are hundreds of ways to do this, so let each person find their own and get creative. Next, each participant can take time to put names and designs on each of their fleets. Recommendation: have each person make one large one and several smaller ones. Next, use construction paper to make one or more airstrips in the play area. From a designated launching point, each participant takes turns trying to land their planes on an airstrip; the smaller planes are worth three points and the larger ones worth seven points. The one with the most points after all planes have landed is the winner.
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