I everyone! Today is our final day of our Summer Activities for Kids series.
For two weeks we have been sharing a daily post with summer activities and summer crafts for kids . I have had some amazing bloggers share their ideas and posts with us!
I have a Pinterest Summer Board where I am sharing all these activities and some of the party link ups too so be sure to stop by and find some great ideas!
Be sure to stop back on Sunday where we will be sharing round up of all the posts over the last two weeks.
Today I have another indoor idea to share with you. We made some paper airplanes that turned out to be a fun project and afternoon activity on a rainy day.
I have never been very good at making paper airplanes but I think I have it down now after about ten tries!
Step 1 – Use an 8 1/2″ by 11″ sheet of paper
Step 2 – Fold it in half lengthwise
Step 3 – Fold the top corners into the center fold line to form a triangle on top.
Step 4 – Now fold that triangle down so the long edge of it serves as a guide for the crease.
Step 5 – Fold the corners in again to the center line
Step 6 – Now fold the little piece up that’s sticking out.
Step 7 – Now fold it in half again so all your folds stay on the outside.
Step 8 – Fold the sides down so that the edge of the wing is exactly even with the under piece.
Step 9 – Fold the other side down the same way.
Ta Da! You have a paper airplane that flies really well! My boys were really impressed with how far they would go! This was the perfect summer craft for kids activity on a cold and rainy day!