Posts Tagged ‘Paper planes need brains’

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21. Aeromail

August 3, 2011

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Get kids to write answers on sheet of (recycled) paper.

Students make answer into a paper plane and throw it at bin/box at front of room.

First answer in gets read out.

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See also Paper Planes Need Lots of Brains

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7 The Coolest Paper Planes on the Planet

February 4, 2011

You need brains to make paper planes. The work involves symmetry and also aerodynamics.

Now Mathspig recommends paper planes making as a Friday Maths Madness activity.

Put a waste paper bin on the front desk and every time students finish a problem or a set of problems they can write their name and answer(s) on a paper and fold it into a paper plane and aim it into the bin.

The most correct answers IN THE BIN wins a prize!!!!

This exercise involves multiple skills.

Here is a cool paper plane.