Four-year-old twin brothers Josh and Zac, their five-year-old brother Nathan and Dad make paper aeroplanes and fly them in the local park.
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-Shall we make some paper planes?
Nathan, Zac, and Josh are making paper planes.
Nathan loves planes. He wants to be a pilot.
-Mine is going to be a dart!
-Mine's going to be a hang glider.
-Can I have yellow?
-Yes, we'll get you yellow paper.
There are lots of colours. Josh likes purple.
-It's very, very big...
Fold your paper over so that it's folded in half, like this.
First, fold the paper.
-So Zachary's put it the other way.
-Oh! And do the other side.
-Look, I did it!
-You did it, Josh, well done.
And then we are going to make another big triangle, like this.
The triangle is the front of the plane.
Fold the whole thing in half.
The planes are taking shape.
And they look even better with some decoration.
I'm drawing a red fireball.
Some cool drawings, splodges of sticky glue,
and some glitter will make these planes sparkle.
All finished. How about a test flight?
Brilliant! Now the planes have had their test flight,
the boys can take them to the park.
There's lots of place to fly them here.
-Shall we throw our paper planes that you made this morning?
Maybe it'll fly up to space and then down again.
Mine might go up to the tree.
And mine might go up, all the way to heaven.
OK, prepare planes, ready for takeoff.
-Grab a plane.
The first pilot to fly their plane is Zac.
-Ready, steady, go!
What about Josh?
Great flying, Zac...
but wrong direction.
Josh uses Dad to get higher.
Whose plane will fly the furthest?
Great throw, Zac.
Wow, Nathan, that was the best yet!
-Nathan wins. That's really good.
Fabulous flying, boys.
Now it's time to jet off home.
Four-year-old twin brothers Josh and Zac, their five-year-old brother Nathan and Dad are making paper aeroplanes. After testing them at home, they head to a local park to see whose plane will fly the furthest.