Origami Paper Airplane Kit GIVEAWAY

Origami Paper Airplane Kit GIVEAWAY

I thought I’d combine activities and books for some summer activity ideas. Today’s activity is about flying as in: aviation, female pilots, and pioneering aviators!

First some aviation book ideas for both boys and girls …

Fabulous Flying Females: Women Aviator Books for Kids

female aviator pilot flying books for kids

10 Books for Kids Who Dream of Flying

Who Dream of Flying

And now the activity … making really cool paper airplanes. My thanks to Tuttle Publishing for generously donating this giveaway!

Origami Airplane GIVEAWAY

Origami Airplanes by Michael LaFosse and Richard Alexander

28 easy to fold paper airplanes from America’s top origami designer. It comes with a DVD tutorial for each plane. You don’t need scissors, glue or tape but you do need the origami paper and it does NOT come with this book. This is the best deal on origami paper that I found: 120 sheets for about $6.

Next Generation Paper Airplanes by Sam Ita

This is a kit containing 56 sheets of paper, an instruction book, and 12 designs. An instructional DVD is also included.

Please fill out the Rafflecopter below to win both books (but not the additional origami paper).

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Origami Paper Airplane Kit GIVEAWAY

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom


  1. I’ve always wanted to tackle oragami, but looks hard! This kit would be super helpful and a fun mother/daughter project. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Valerie

    Unfortunately I do not know how to make anything via origami.

  3. I am afraid the best I can do is a triangle!

  4. Marty Crosson

    The absolute only thing I can make is a swan that tips over, but the kids are origami aces.

  5. Like how your combined origami with stories about female pilots. We have an international museum in Dayton for women in aviation.
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  6. Sarah

    My mom used to do storytime with origami when I was young, but I never did pick it up.

  7. Jennifer Oliger

    I like teaching my students to fold origami frogs because you can make them jump.

  8. Very cool! I love origami! :o)
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