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Listed under:  Arts  >  Visual arts  >  Handicrafts  >  Paper crafts  >  Paper aeroplanes

Paper aeroplane, 1992

This is a paper aeroplane folded by Scott Kenner, aged eight, in Melbourne in 1992. It is an example of a simple papercraft toy made by a child in the 1990s. This object is part of the Australian Children's Folklore Collection held at Museum Victoria. Its overall dimensions are length 15.00 cm x width 2.00 cm x height 15.00 cm.

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What makes these paper planes fly?

Have you ever wondered what makes a paper plane fly? Think about the design of the paper plane as well as external factors like the various forces that are at play, then make a list of the design considerations and a list of the different forces.