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Make a kite out of household stuff! A really easy and small kite that kids will love to play with. It doesn't fly high or far, but it dances around i...
This project will require drinking straws (x3), a plastic bag, some scotch tape, string, and a pencil (not pictured.) You will also need some scissors...
The frame is made with the straws. First, cut a notch out of each of the ends of one straw. Be careful not to go all the way through, you still want ...
Take the plastic bag and set the straw frame down on it. Cut a square of plastic out around the "H", leaving an extra inch of plastic on each side. ...
Take the left overs from the plastic bag. Cut strips down the side running from the handle to the bottom. The goal is to get two 3' lengths out of ...
Cut a long length of string (20' or so) and then tape one end to a pencil. Then spin the pencil in your hands to wrap the rest of the string around i...
Take the kite out in some good wind. It needs to be constant, but not too strong. See what works best for your kite. My kite didn't fly very high, ...
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