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This is a fun and easy project for kids and adults!
I've adapted this project from Paul Billings' design.

Step 1: What you'll need

- Styrofoam egg carton lid
- Marker and pen
- scissors
- ruler
- knife
- penny
- black paint
- Glider pattern:
http://www.wnit.org/outdoorelements/pdf/egg_carton_glider.pdf
<p>Can a i pod replace the penny??</p>
<p>haha no</p>
<p>Hey could this fly an egg </p>
<p>An eggshell maybe, but not an egg... Unless it was a hummingbird egg.</p>
Try adding a small pager motor to build a jet fighter that can fly longer
<p>Now all I have to do is locate a pager in 2014... </p><p>Haha!</p><p><br>I'm sure I can find one at a thrift shop. Thanks for the tip!</p>
<p>would cardboard be able to replace the penny?</p>
<p>I dont see why not.</p>
Just made it it's amazing <br>
<p>Glad it worked out for you!</p>
This thing flies like a champ!!
<p>I know, right?</p>
Awesome!
They are called elevons.
Does this work with a cardboard egg carton?
I've never tried it... but it would be awesome to see if you can make one!
Very nice. Our egg crate might have been a bit wider, as our winglets look small, but it flies great.
very nice, but I call those ailerons not flapping wings :-)
very nice, but I call those ailerons not flapping wings :-)
very nice, but I call those ailerons not flapping wings :-)
very nice, but I call those ailerons not flapping wings :-)
SWEET1!!!! I will be building this with my son real soon
Very nice glider. Maybe you could load a video.
Looks really cool. <br> <br>I don't think egg boxes like that are very common here, but if you can find another you might want to Google &quot;Walk Along Glider&quot;.
Just saw a video on YouTube... those little guys are awesome!
Very cool!
thank you.
nice <br>
thanks

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