“Flying Into Danger” paper airplane game
Time: 15 – 20 mins
You will need: Sheets of A4 paper, pencils, sticky tape, a waste paper basket or cardboard box.
Aim: Using Paper Aeroplanes to Summarise Students’ Learning
- Divide the class into small groups
- Give each group 4 pieces of paper
- Ask them to write on each piece, something that might happen if someone sends a sext of themselves to someone else. DO NOT WRITE ‘NOTHING HAPPENS’.
- Groups stick their papers describing events on the floor around the waste paper basket/box – about 2 feet from each other.
- Stick a sign “Nothing Happens” on the waste paper basket/box.
- Give each student a piece of paper.
- Ask them to write their name on it, and then fold it into a plane.
- In turn, students throw their plane – trying to get it into the waste paper basket/box.
- Look at where each plane landed – what happened to each person.
- How many went into the “Nothing happens” bin and how many got into trouble?