We are knee deep in paper. Not paperwork but paper planes. It's my six year old's new obsession. He wakes in the morning and seconds later is on his knees somewhere in the house measuring, folding and smoothing. When I need him to eat or dress or bath or do anything he's building another plane. He churns out six every half an hour.The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes. It has ten plane designs including the Swashbuckler, The Hammer, The Professional and the Headhunter. Apparently they're not just paper planes, they're paper machines.
They have dihedrals, elevators, ailerons. My son mutters to himself as he works, "sloppy folds won't fly."
Luckily the instructions are so clear even I can make a paper machine though nothing to match the master.
The new book also came with forty sheets of 'flight-ready' paper in such groovy designs you could wallpaper a house with it. Too late for that of course, every last sheet is gone. And the recycling bin is full.