Flight Leader
Flight Leader Wings

Welcome Flight Leaders

Flight Leaders are at the second step in their aviation career.
Flight Leaders are typically between the ages of 6 and 12.
Flight Leaders may have spent some time as Junior Pilots or they have joined up at this level.
 

Mission 1
Match Game
Mission 2
Crossword Puzzle

Mission Briefing
1. Review the stories of the aviators that have been
inducted into the Wisconsin Aviation Hall of Fame before attempting this mission. Hall of Fame.

2. Download and print the match game .

3. After completing the mission compare your answers
with those listed in the mission debriefing.

4. Good luck and good hunting!

Mission Briefing
1. Review the Airplane Parts and Glossary tools, as
necessary. The tools are located in the Tool Crib.

2. Download and print the puzzle .

3. Complete the puzzle.

4. After completing the mission compare your answers
with those listed at mission debriefing.

5. Good luck on this mission!

 

Go to Mission 1 Debriefing Go to Mission 2 Debriefing
   
Mission 3
Airplane Parts
Mission 4
Word Find
Mission Briefing
1.Review the Airplane Parts tool, if necessary. Tools are located in the Tool Crib.

2. Download the Airplane Parts form .

3. Complete the form.

4. After completing the mission compare your answers with those listed at mission debriefing.

5. Have a successful mission! OK?

Mission Briefing
1. This word find is a tough one. How well did you do on missions 2 and 3? Those missions were preparing
you for this challenge. 

2. You may want to review the Airplane Parts tool located in the Tool Crib

3. Download and print the Word Find form.

4. After completing the mission compare your answers with those listed in the mission debriefing.

5. Have a successful mission!

Go to Mission 3 Debriefing Go to Mission 4 Debriefing
  
Mission 5
Word Find
Mission 6
Create a Timeline

Mission Briefing
1. This mission is also a word find but it uses words,
names actually, that you may not be familiar with. These individuals have been inducted into the Wisconsin
Aviation Hall of Fame.

2. Download and print the Word Find form.

3. After completing the mission compare your answers with those listed in the mission debriefing.

4. Have a safe mission!

Mission Briefing
1. Review the Wisconsin Aviation History Timeline.

2. Plan a timeline that you will create. You might make
the timeline for as many years as you are old. You might make the timeline for a one year period and
have monthly items.

You can feature history about your local airport or a local pilot. Use your imagination!

3. You can submit your timelines to the Wisconsin
Aviation Hall of Fame for posting on the Internet. See Mission 6 Debriefing for the details.

Go to Mission 5 Debriefing Go to Mission 6 Debriefing
  
Recommended Reading
Flight Leaders will want to read the following books to gain more knowledge about aviation and its history.
Links
There are plenty of other great places to visit while on the Internet. The following web sites are suggested destinations for all Flight Leaders.
Yankee Doodle Gals: Women Pilots of World War II
By Amy Nathan
This book is about the Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs), the women who flew for the Army Air Force in World War Two.

Just Plane Smart: Activities for Kids in the Air
and on the Ground
By Edwin J.C. Sobey and Ed Sobey

Fly High, The Story of Bessie Coleman
By Louise Borden

Katherine Stinson, The Flying Schoolgirl
By Debra Winegarten

Young Eagles
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has given nearly 1,000,000 young people an airplane ride. Do you want to be next?

NASA
There are so many places to visit while at NASA it is hard to choose but this is a great starting place.

Think math is boring? Think again! Visit Plane Math and you'll be thinking math is way cool.

Do you really want to know How an Airplane Works? Look here. Lots of pictures!

Here is a great place - Science Fun with Airplanes to try some experiments. There is lots here.

Boeing has a web site that explains it all How Do Things Fly?

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History can be dull to some kids but we hope that these pages will provide teachers, parents and kids tools that will make history anything but dull.


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