Recycled Bi Plane

Betty Bose Uncategorized 4

January 11th is Amelia Earhart Day. Celebrate by making this Bi Plane created by the Professor at from recycled parts.

Always use your imagination and be creative when building these kids crafts or any others. It’s your creation, so be inventive when looking for building supplies — you just may be surprised! When building your project, experiment with new and different ways of putting it together. The most important thing is to have fun!

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4 thoughts on “Recycled Bi Plane”

  1. Patricia says:

    An illustration woulb be nice to go along with the instructions

  2. marc says:

    How do you do the wheels for the bi plane

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