… and not ones that immediately nose-dive. They will need to actually fly. Obviously, the further the better but they won’t need to record-breakers.
Practice, learn to make them quickly and stock up on paper. Try making them in the dark or with your hands behind your back for practice. Practice, practice, practice. And if you find that you can make a paper airplane that’ll stay afloat for 5 seconds, while holding a baby on one hip and stirring dinner on the stove with another…. well, my friend… YOU HAVE ARRIVED.
Here’s some websites that will help you develop your paper airplane skillz: