Shoot to score


  • Paper with holes and targets
  • Paper



  1. Before class, take a large piece of paper and create large holes of different sizes, but always make sure a paper airplane can fit through.
  2. Record the score next to each hole on the paper. The more difficult the hole, the higher the score should be.
  3. When the kids arrive, help them make paper airplanes.
  4. Have them fly their plane through the holes in the paper.
  5. Explain to the children that Lydia was an entrepreneur and that she had to make good sales. She had to somehow get good “targets”, a good “score”.

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