An easy to make boomerang paper airplane that actually flies back to you, BUT you need to know how to throw it correctly. This is actually the case with all boomerang paper airplanes, you need to throw it sideways or at an angle. Watch the introduction to the video above and pay close attention to how I throw it. Once you figure out how to throw it, the Home Run comes back to you every single time!
When you’re done folding the Home Run Boomerang, play around with the wings and side stabilizers to see if you can make the paper airplane fly in different sized circles. How many consecutive circles can you do?
This website started as a family project in 2020 during the COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai, China. The boys were stuck at home for several months. Luckily we had plenty of paper where making paper airplanes and coming up with fun activities became a daily routine.