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Air Transportation Crafts

Try these free air transportation craft patterns and projects. Discover how you can use many creative techniques and supplies to make airplanes and other vehicles that fly.

Airplane
Print out and color this airplane picture.

Airplane Beaded Safety Pin
Make this fun beaded saftey pin project.

Airplane Beaded Safety Pin Design
Use this free pattern to make beaded safety pin jewelry that looks like an airplane.

Aviation Month
Celebrate Aviation Month in November. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Film Container Parachute
Instructions for making a parachute using an empty film container, shared by MCWARD68.

Flying Saucer
From your About.com guide, make this UFO out of paper plates.

Hot Air Balloon Costume
See a photo of a cardboard box Halloween costume made by Bob in NJ. This costume is made to look like a person riding in a hot air balloon.

National Aviation Day
Celebrate National Aviation Day in August. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Parachutes
From your About.com guide, check out this creative idea using a film container.

Styrofoam Airplane
From your About.com guide, make an airplane using a styrofoam meat tray.

Wright Brother's Day
Celebrate Wright Brother's Day in December. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Artie the Airplane
Print and color a variety of cartoon planes.

Best Paper Airplane in the World
Instructions and pictures showing how to make what they claim to be the very best paper airplane design.

Hoopster
Give your paper airplane a break and try flying this hoop instead!

Paper Airplanes
Learn how to fold the best paper airplanes, that look great and really fly. The Spirit of America and the American Flyer are this site's first two airplane designs to be released. You can access how-to videos, instructions sheets, and templates to print and fold your own planes.

Proper Propeller
Try out this working propeller! Made using plastic lid top, dowel, nails, spool, and cord.

Roto-Copter
Print out this template make this real flying creation!

Spinning Blimp
Create a blimp out of a strip of paper.

Working Wings
This project uses a ruler, paper, and tape; and it helps you understand how a real plane can fly.

Airplane
Print out and color this airplane picture.

Airplane Beaded Safety Pin
Make this fun beaded saftey pin project.

Airplane Beaded Safety Pin Design
Use this free pattern to make beaded safety pin jewelry that looks like an airplane.

Aviation Month
Celebrate Aviation Month in November. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Flying Saucer
From your About.com guide, make this UFO out of paper plates.

Hot Air Balloon Costume
See a photo of a cardboard box Halloween costume made by Bob in NJ. This costume is made to look like a person riding in a hot air balloon.

National Aviation Day
Celebrate National Aviation Day in August. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Styrofoam Airplane
From your About.com guide, make an airplane using a styrofoam meat tray.

Wright Brother's Day
Celebrate Wright Brother's Day in December. Find ideas for crafts, games, field trips, and other activities.

Artie the Airplane
Print and color a variety of cartoon planes.

Best Paper Airplane in the World
Instructions and pictures showing how to make what they claim to be the very best paper airplane design.

Hoopster
Give your paper airplane a break and try flying this hoop instead!

Paper Airplanes
Learn how to fold the best paper airplanes, that look great and really fly. The Spirit of America and the American Flyer are this site's first two airplane designs to be released. You can access how-to videos, instructions sheets, and templates to print and fold your own planes.

Proper Propeller
Try out this working propeller! Made using plastic lid top, dowel, nails, spool, and cord.

Roto-Copter
Print out this template make this real flying creation!

Spinning Blimp
Create a blimp out of a strip of paper.

Working Wings
This project uses a ruler, paper, and tape; and it helps you understand how a real plane can fly.

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