How do you make a rubber band propeller?

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How Do You Make a Rubber Band Propelled Airplane?

To make an airplane with a rubber band propeller purchase a rubber band airplane kit and wide rubber bands. First place the tail wings in the groove on the back of the rubber band plane. Then slide the large wings in the groove near the middle of the airplane body. Gently set the propeller on the front of the plane. Take a wide rubber band and attach to a hook under the airplane, then to the hook located near the small wings. Twist the propeller until the rubber band is twisted completely. Hang on to the propeller until you throw the airplane toward the sky.

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