When you were in school, did you throw paper airplanes in your classroom or fly them in the hallway? Maybe you still appreciate these paper toys as you can find some incredible art pieces created by professionals. This is the day to celebrate it because it is National Paper Airplane Day.
May 26th is the day to enjoy tossing around paper aviation because it is National Paper Airplane Day. These fun aeronautical toys fascinate kids and adults worldwide and have been around for decades and beyond. You would have learned to design a paper airplane when you were in school. If you were bored in class as the teacher was teaching you something you were not interested in, you would have taken a sheet of paper to create an airplane. Then you would have flown it across the room, which likely landed you into trouble. There is also a good chance that your parents did the same thing since this creation has been around for a long time.
What is the process called when you create a paper airplane? That is known as aerogrami after the Japanese origami because it involves folding paper the same way you do when you create origami pieces. The difference between aerogrami and origami is that with aerogrami, the design allows you to fly it, which you cannot do with origami artwork. Not to mention, it is effortless to make. That is why kids can be pros at making paper airplanes that you see going through classrooms during lectures.
The History Of National Paper Airplane Day
It is unknown where the first paper airplane was created, but speculation is that it has been around since 500 BCE. Da Vinci found inspiration from the old paper airplanes, and the Wright Brothers studied them too, which helped them design their craft. During WWII, paper airplanes were even more popular then, and it was largely due to the reason that plastic and metal needed to be rationed, whereas paper was widely available. Kids played with paper airplanes during that era for that reason. And ever since that era, paper airplanes became even more popular and are still highly popular to this day.
How To Celebrate National Paper Airplane Day
Can you design a paper airplane? Give it your best shot and fly it, if you can. Go and take a picture of it and share it on social media. Don’t forget to include #NationalPaperAirplaneDay in the post.
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