I don’t know about you, but my children LOVE to make paper airplanes. It is quick and easy to entertain them by making a paper airplane. After making a paper airplane for each one of them, they are usually enthralled with them for like fifteen minutes, flying them everywhere inside the house. Then, they usually have a competition for another good fifteen minutes, to see which paper airplane can fly the furthest. My husband makes the best paper airplanes. I generally used to make the worst. The kids got used to their dad’s awesome flying planes. So, one day when he left for work and I was left doing paper airplane duty, we had a real problem on our hands. The kids were sad, I was frustrated. How could I be so pathetic at making paper airplanes? So, when daddy came home, I asked him for a tutorial. He showed all of us how to make them – so, now at least even my oldest (age 9), does a pretty decent job at it. What I discovered when I made the best airplane is that not only is it the best paper airplane because it flies the longest and the fastest, but it is the best paper airplane because YOU CAN MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THE LETTER A! You can USE IT TO TEACH THE LETTER A! Holy Cow AMAZING! (Can you sense my excitement?) This is a seriously cool discovery that has implications for school children all around the country! Okay, maybe I am being a little over dramatic…(no, I really don’t think so. This is an amazing paper airplane!)
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