In order for a rocket to fly it needs a nose cone, fuel, a propulsion system, fins, a frame, an oxidiser, pumps, a nozzle, a payload system and finally a guidance system. However for a paper rocket you only need a propulsion system and a nose cone. Because they are much simpler and don’t carry real passengers that need air food or water which is why they are mainly used for fun and mainly children aged 1 to 11 can use them 1 to 4 year olds may need some help from their parents to get a good flight make sure that there are no holes that the plane is sealed tightly and no air can escape when it blasts off. Another way is to make a cylinder with a semi circle top and blast of with a straw. We blasted off with a paper rocket shaped like a triangle with a triangle nose cone and we blasted off with a bottle

We had lots of fun doing this activity.

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