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DIY Ghetto Kite Step-By-Step

Written by Joanna on Monday, 23 July 2012.

Amature Kite Construction

It's monsoon season but we haven't had much rain - just one haboob after another.  Normally I don't tell my children to go fly a kite in the storm (I'm not exactly raising Franklin here . . ) But this wind storm the kids wanted to fly a kite so they made their own.

Supplies for kite #1:

saw (why? because it's dangerous and just snapping a twig isn't as much fun!)



discarded plastic

duct tape

Supplies for kite #2 (this kite also functions as a movable punching bag):

discarded fishing pole (for twine)

clean trash bag

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