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There are many books and websites that offer information about folding paper airplanes. Some of the books include "The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes," by Doug Stillinger, and "Little Paper Planes," by Kelly Lynn Jones. W...

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Several folding methods exist to make a paper airplane for a child's classroom experiment or just for fun, but the popular dart design involves a single sheet of 8.5-by-11-inch copy paper. This is the basic form of a pap...

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Paper airplanes can be useful aides in demonstrating aerodynamics, and they're a fun origami project. Making a simple paper airplane only requires a few folds of the paper, with an eye to symmetry for balanced flight.

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Reading A-Z levels books uses the proprietary Learning A-Z Text Leveling System. This system takes into consideration three primary factors: qualitative measures of text complexity, quantitative measures of text complexi...

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The large collection of TumbleBooks for kids includes educational books, such as foreign language and math tutorials, along with electronic versions of classic children's books like "Paper Bag Princess," "Stella the Star...

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Free e-books for kids are available to download or read online at KidsWorldFun.com, FreeKidsBooks.org and OxfordOwl.co.uk, as of 2015. Additional free e-book sources include Amazon.com, BN.com and FreeReadFeed.com.

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Several websites with free online books have stories that are appropriate for third graders, including Merpy.com, Room 108 and the International Children's Digital Library. Storyline Online, presented by the Screen Actor...

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