Modern life develops in such a way that by becoming parents, we do not always have enough time for our children. Puzzling question of earnings and financial security, the Pope, which are so necessary for her children, often do not have enough forces to games and entertainment. Therefore, all the busy dads who are happy owners of wonderful sons will be very helpful this master class, which will help in just 1 hour, together with the child to build a plane. Let it be not an exact copy of a Boeing or a fighter, having in its arsenal the most important parts, but a pleasant joint pastime will help to create such an toy from improvised materials that the kid will be very happy about. Just imagine how proud the children among your precious son declares that this toy has made him the pope himself, with his own hands, and it helped. Such moments are most valuable in life and will help to forget about the accumulated fatigue at the end of a hard working day. So, let's proceed to making the simplest aircraft of the Yak-12.In order to make such a model, you will need the following tools and materials: • plywood or thick cardboard; • • a manual jigsaw on wood; • a sheet of paper for a template; • • a pencil or a marker;• sandpaper (if you work with plywood). The first step towards creating a model is its pattern (drawing). In my case there was a clipping from an old journal, which you can easily copy onto a clean white sheet. To facilitate the task, you can use our template by printing it on a printer.Next, all paper parts must be cut with scissors. It should be noted that the size of the parts can be adjusted independently by increasing or decreasing them on the computer.After the paper details are cut, their you need to attach to the plywood, circle around the contour, after which the templates are put aside.When the contours of the future aircraft are applied to plywood, they must be carefully cut.To do this, you need to take a jig saw on the tree and gently cut all the parts, especially careful to follow the small details that hold the main parts.