Easy step-by-step instructions for making a kite with drinking straws, string and tissue paper, suitable for age 8 and up!
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August 14, 2008 -- From Olive, a reader, from USA, who is not affiliated with the site.
21 Pages of kite flying tips for the whole family. Directed at beginners but also a great resourse for intermediate flyers. Great for kids wanting to learn about modern kites as well as single line kites.
May 25, 2007 -- From Tim, a parent, from Adelaide, South Australia, who is affiliated with the site.
Not specifically aimed at kids, but it is a good general ‘kites resource’ that young teens could easily plunder for homework assignments and so on. Our family ‘kite flying adventures’ pages feature plenty of references to our cute toddler, Aren! The site is rich in high-quality photographs as well.
September 22, 1999 -- From Peter Batchelor, a reader from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia who is affiliated with the site
The Australian Kite Association is the oldest kiting body in Australia. It promotes kite flying in all forms throughout Australia. The website contains information about the association, Australia’s best known kite flier, Lawrence Hargrave, photos and plans for a variety of kites, as well as a comprehensive guide to using kites in the classroom.