Air Activities Stage 1 – Activity 5
Air Activities Stage 1 – Activity 4
Complete the task on the accompanying sheet by finding out all you can about your chosen aircraft. Dear Beavers Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to research one of the following aircraft: Spitfire Harrier Jump Jet Airbus A380 CH-47 Chinook Tornado Please find out as much as you can about your chosen aircraft – what it looks like, what it carries, what it is used for, any special features and as many other interesting facts as possible. Please present your findings in a project format (such as a booklet). You could also present your project just through pictures/drawings and then when we meet you can talk about what you have found out. If you have a […]
Air Activities Stage 1 – Activity 3
Make your own paper plane/dart. How far can it fly? Can you change it slightly to make it fly further? The paper plane flight record is 69.14 metres! Film it, photo it, share it! Remember to ask your parents first.
Air Activities Stage 1 – Activity 2
Learn to spell your name out loud using the phonetic alphabet. You could film yourself and upload using the ‘Share’ form at the bottom of the page. Check with your parents before you do this! You could also tell your parents/carers and they can jot a note on the ‘Share’ form to let us know you’ve done it. Credit: Pintrest (sorry, couldn’t find it any further than that, but we did try)
Air Activities Stage 1 – Activity 1
Identify the airlines logos below. Print it off, write your answers and either photo/scan to upload using the ‘Share’ form at the bottom of the page or keep the sheet safe to bring back to Beavers. Credit: Pintrest (sorry, we couldn’t find it any further than that).
Make a model bi-plane (like Capt. Higgles’ bi-plane) using lolly sticks or any other construction material you have available. Take a photograph and upload it using the form at the bottom of the page.