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Aeromodelling is a hobby that involves building and flying model aircraft. It’s a fun and educational activity for kids to learn about aerodynamics, engineering, and physics. They can build and fly different types of model planes, including gliders, parachutes, and paper planes, and learn about the principles of flight.

A Balsa Chuck Glider is a type of model airplane made of lightweight balsa wood and often used for aeromodelling activities. It’s a simple design that requires essential hand tools to build and is often used as an introduction to the hobby for children or beginners. The Balsa Chuck Glider is launched by hand and glides through the air, allowing kids to experiment with different designs and modifications to see how they affect the plane’s flight.

What you’ll learn?

  • What is Aeromodelling?
  • Learn how an Airplane flies.
  • Explore the various parts of an Airplane.
  • Learn about the various forces of flight
  • Learn to make 7 different airplane models using the Aeromodelling Wizard Kit.

Course Includes:

  • 3 Levels in total – Learner, Consumer & Creator
  • 7+ Activities
  • Full-time access.
  • Easy access on mobile and laptops
  • Certificate on completion


  • No prior Knowledge required
  • Interest in learning new concepts
  • The Corechamp Aeromodelling Wizard Kit is mandatory.
  • Basic knowledge of shapes and designs is an advantage

Who is this course for?

This course is designed to introduce students to the exciting world of aeromodelling. Students will learn about the principles of flight, aerodynamics, and the basics of building model aircraft. Through hands-on activities, they will construct and fly different types of model planes, including gliders, parachutes, and paper airplanes.

About this course

In addition to learning about the science of flight, students will develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, creativity, and imagination through the design and decoration of their models. The course will also encourage teamwork and collaboration, as students work in groups to build and fly their aircraft.

By the end of the course, students will have gained a solid understanding of the basics of aeromodelling and will have had the opportunity to put their knowledge into practice through hands-on activities. Whether they continue with aeromodelling as a hobby or go on to study related fields such as engineering or physics, this course will provide a strong foundation for their future learning.

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