Junior Pilot

Welcome Junior Pilots

Junior Pilots are taking their first step in their aviation career.
Junior Pilots are typically 6 years of age or under.
Junior Pilots are new recruits.

Mission 1
Coloring
Mission Briefing
1. Click on any of the pictures at right to get a printable collection of 4 aviation images as described.

2. Enhance the pictures using any method you choose -- crayons, markers, colored pencils.

3. Go to Mission Debriefing for your next step.

4. Good luck!
Collection 1
Collection includes an airport terminal, a dirigible, a biplane and a business jet.

Collection 2
This collection includes a two pictures of the Space Shuttle, the XV-15 Tilt-Rotor and a helicopter.
Collection 3
These pictures include a barnstormer biplane, a Cessna 172, a dirigible and a high-wing seaplane.
Go to Mission 1 Debriefing

 

Mission 2
Dot to Dot

Mission Briefing
1. Click on any of the pictures at right to get a
printable dot-to-dot collection of 4 images of the
aircraft described.

2. Complete the picture by connecting the dots
and then coloring the picture if you like.

3. Go to Mission Debriefing to see what you can
do for your next step.

4. Good luck and have fun!

Early Aviation
Collection includes the Wright Flyer, Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny", Sopwith Camel and the Ryan "Spirit of St. Louis".

Early Aviation Collection

Military Aviation
Collection includes Curtiss P-40, Lockheed P-38, Douglas A-4 "Skyhawk" and the Bell UH-1 "Huey".

Military Aviation Collection

Transport Aviation
Collection includes the Martin M-130 "China Clipper", Beechcraft Model 18 "Beech 18", Douglas DC-3 and the NASA Space Shuttle.

Transport Aviation Collection

Go to Mission 2 Debriefing

 

Mission 3
Word Find
Mission 4
Word Find

Mission Briefing
1. Download the Word Find mission .

2. Complete the Word Find puzzle

3. Go to Mission Debriefing to see how well you did. 

4. Good luck and have fun!

Mission Briefing
1. Download the Word Find mission .

2. Complete the Word Find puzzle

3. Go to Mission Debriefing to see how well you did. 

4. Good luck!

Go to Mission 3 Debriefing

 

Go to Mission 4 Debriefing
Mission 5
Word Find

Mission Briefing
1. Download the Word Find mission .

2. Complete the Word Find puzzle

3. Go to Mission Debriefing to see how well you did. 

4. Good luck and have fun! 

Go to Mission 5 Debriefing

 

Recommended Reading
Pilots of all types need to read to get ahead and stay ahead. Some Junior Pilots may need a little help before going solo. Reading the books below is both fun and educational.
Links
Junior pilots may want to visit these Internet sites. They contain some great information and will help in your flight training. Some of them have games, puzzles and experiments to conduct.
Get Around in Air and Space
by Lee Sullivan Hill
(part of the Get Around series)

Fly, Bessie, Fly
by Lynn Joseph and Yvonne Buchanan

The Magic School Bus Taking Flight
created by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degan
(part of the Magic School Bus series)

Boeing makes all kinds of airplanes but their Boeing Kids Page is out of this world. Fun!

NASA Kids is a NASA web site that you really need to visit!

Another Boeing site that explains How Things Fly. Cool!

 

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