Looking for kite making instructions? This tutorial is easy enough for kids! Let’s go and make some paper kites, shall we?
DIY kite making is super easy and a practical craft that you and your kids can enjoy constructing. Simple kites can be constructed from basic supplies on hand like paper, paper bag, trash bags, drinking straws, etc. So here we have collected 8 DIY kite making tutorials so you can learn how to make a kite for your kids and let them help. Which one is your favorite?
DIY Paper Kite
A very simple and easy to make kite with materials available at home. Kids would surely enjoy running around the yard with these cute kites.
DIY Diamond Kite
I used to make diamond kites with my brothers every summer; one of my fond childhood memories.These big kites are impeccably good fliers. High-angle soaring Malaysian bow kites, they never need tails.
If you know your way around making quilts then this won’t be as difficult as it sounds
This is an easy-to-make and easy-to-fly kite; perfect afternoon project with the kids.Box kites are known for their high lift. In fact, most of the altitude records for kite flying are held by large box kites. You can make this box kite with easy-to-find materials from your hardware or craft store. Lightweight materials will help it soar, even in a mild breeze.
Tissue Paper Kite
This kite is amazing. It is definitely a project to do with the kids. With the right supplies.
Fun Shapes Kite
This is a great afternoon activity where you and your kids can enjoy constructing. Kids can decide what shape their kite will take.
Plastic Bag Kite
Upcycle a trash bag into an awesome kite; frugal fun for all ages.Playing with kites is a classic activity- but we don’t always have them handy when the winds decide to start blowing.
This kite looks really difficult and time-consuming, but once you see the tutorial you’ll see constructing a tetrahedral kites is fairly easy to understand and carry out.The tetrahedron kite is rather unique in the kiting world, as you will see. The tetrahedron is a 4-sided 3-dimensional shape, where each side is a triangle. If you make such a rigid structure from sticks or rods, then cover any 2 sides with sail material, you have the basic building block for this type of cellular kite.