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I have two young girls, who demonstrate natural curiosity. So, as a science lesson, we had a "paper fight" to teach them about the best way to make the paper move through the air. We experimented with flat paper, folding the paper, rolling the paper in a ball, and paper airplanes. We created a hypothesis for our paper designs, learned about the effect of surface area, friction, and aerodynamics. It was simply, fun, and teaches some great science concepts, even for little ones!

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