Today I am going to talk about how to make an easy paper kite for kids. (Disclaimer: This kite doesn’t fly..)
This kite craft is so easy that you can also involve your toddler and preschooler in making this paper kite.
The season of kite flying has started and my little one has observed a lot of kites being flown around our place. I can not buy the flying one for her since she is too small and can get hurt by the string. And she wasn’t really interested in flying one. She just wanted to own one.
So I decided to make a good homemade kite for her instead.. And the best part was that the procedure was so easy. She was all ready to get started and start making her own simple kite..
So here goes a simple tutorial on how to make a simple colourful kite from paper and Popsicle sticks
Materials needed to make a easy paper kite for kids
- 4 Popsicle sticks ( I used the colored one)
- Colored paper..( I have used a printed craft sheet )
- Some strips of colorful paper. .you can use old magazines for this.
- And a glue stick.
Step by Step Process to make a creative kite with Paper and Popsicle Sticks
Stick together the popsicles in diamond shape (as shown) to make a kite shape..
Make Paper Kite’s Body
Stick the square craft paper as shown to form the body of the kite.
Make Paper Kite’s Tail
Cut a paper triangle and stick it at the bottom of kite body (from above) to make the tail of kite.
Also Cut out two strips ( I have used a green paper for it) – one slightly curved and one straight to form the kite holder ( which is usually made out of sticks).
Use the paper strips to decorate your kite as shown.
Your easy paper kite for kids is ready.
This is a really easy and fun Kite making craft for toddlers, preschoolers and younger kids. You can make this easy paper kite along with your kids on Makar Sankranti, Independence day or Republic day. If
Hope you will make one soon for your kid or with your kid.
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Where to buy Popsicle sticks and other materials to make Paper kite for kids
Many people ask me where do I buy material for doing crafts, I usually get them from local market or Amazon. So here is a carefully curated list of craft materials that you can use for this Popsicle sticks craft from various stores. Choose the best deal
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