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End of Term 9 - world’s best paper airplane

Thursday, 20 November 2014 | 1 Comment

I think I just found the activity for the last period on the last day of the year.

In 2012, Joe Ayoob broke the world record for the longest distance paper airplane flight with a plane designed by John Collins. In this video, Collins demonstrates how to fold that plane, the Suzanne. | How to fold the world's best paper airplane

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Amit on  28 November 14  at  05:39 AM #
I have never know that a paper plane can fly too far shown in the video. And John Collins you are the best. I have made many paper planes but the way you made plane is awesome. Thanks dear for sharing how you made it.... 😊

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