Sure, he was one of our founding fathers, but Thomas Jefferson never got to fly an airplane—until now. This paper plane is designed to use a nickel as a nose weight, giving you an opportunity to install Jefferson in the pilot's seat (there's even a window for him to look out of). Just insert your nickel, fold the pieces as instructed, and use the pre-cut tapes provided to secure the seams and joints. Measuring more than'½ inches long with an 11¾inch wingspan, this weighty model plane flies best with a good hard throw from the tail end (outdoors, please!) but it also looks good hanging from the ceiling or sitting on the shelf. Recommended for ages 5 and up, it comes in an assortment of colors; please let us choose one just for you.