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Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes Spiral-bound – March 1, 2004
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From the Publisher
What is Klutz?
Klutz is a premium brand of book-based activity kits, designed to inspire creativity in every kid. Our unique combination of crystal-clear instructions, custom tools and materials, and hearty helpings of humor is 100% guaranteed to kick-start creativity.
- Super-clear instructions
- Open-ended Creativity
- Rewarding Reading
- Skills to Build On
- Everything You Need
The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes
The 10 best paper airplanes you've ever folded and flown
Forget everything you know about paper airplanes!
These aren't paper toys. And they're only technically paper airplanes. These are high-performance, blow-the-competition-away flying paper machines.
The ten planes in this book are for people who think they'e seen a good paper plane or two. They're for the hard to impress, the playground veterans - the kid at the next desk who thinks he and his plane will get sent to the principal's office first. These are the planes that can prove him wrong.
What You Get
Create each paper airplane in this book with:
- 40 full-color, double-sided sheets of paper in 20 different designs.
Klutz Crystal Clear Instructions
With 56 pages of detailed instructions with brightly colored images, you will soon be able to build your own paper airplanes.
You will learn how to make great folds, check symmetry and make necessary tweaks for a great flying machine.
Stuck on a certain step? Throughout the book, you will also find helpful suggestions on how to fix common problems with useful explanations.
Meet the Planes
1. Nakamura Lock: Dart/Glider
2. Spy Plane: Glider
3. Swashbuckler: Stunt
4. Headhunter: Dart
5. The Hammer: Dart
6. Pteroplane: Stunt
7. The Professional: Dart/Stunt/Glider
8. Flying Ninja: Stunt
9. Space Cruiser: Glider
10. The Hurricane: Toy
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Top Customer Reviews
The directions consist of illustrated steps clearly showing each fold. Even though my 4 year-old nephew was still too little to make a plane for himself, he sat riveted. He picked which paper to use (included), looked at each picture, watched me fold and helped crease the paper. Then we ran outside together to show everyone the tricks our planes could do in the sky.
The other books were ok, but many of the planes seemed to be very complex to make, many also involving irregular sizes of paper. I also try to keep my Science lessons simple - I wanted something the students could take home and start making right away. Not only did the Klutz book offer great, easy to make airplanes, but it also contained easy to understand explanations of the principles of flight (as well as some group games to play with paper airplanes.
I HIGHLY recommend this book and I give it a solid teacher endorsement!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The quality of this book is top notch. I love the spiral binding, and the fine paper included is very high quality. I also found the instructions easy to follow. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Joel Potter
my 6 year old nephew loved this book. Was appropriate for his age and that's what made it lots of fun!Published 1 month ago by Tyra Howard
While some of the designs in this book are golden oldies, it includes designs with which I am unfamiliar. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DocA
Excellent ideas for planes, have spent many hours with the boys making different kinds of planes and comparing their merits. My favorite - the Swashbuckler.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer