Paper Plate Kite

Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

My friend/neighbor, Debra, has several grandchildren, all of which love to run and play. It was a tough winter here in southeast Wisconsin, so when temperatures finally started to rise the kids couldn’t wait to get outside! Flying a kite is fun, but for younger kids with short attention spans, it can be a frustrating task. So making a kite that’s little kid friendly is a must for these breezy late-spring days.

Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

As you can see it flies in the wind but there’s no chance of it being tangled in the trees.

Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

And when they’ve had enough, which happens often with young children, they can set it down and go do something else.

Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

It will always fly, even when there isn’t a breeze. All they have to do is run with it to make it fly!

Paper Plate Kite by @amandaformaro Crafts by Amanda

Head over to Kix Cereal to get my tutorial for the Paper Plate Kite.

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