Go Fly a Kite


Most children are familiar with kites but do not always grasp the concept of what makes the kite fly and why. The simplest forms of kites are flat, single-sheet kites. A kite is made of some suitable material, with spars and a bridle to support it. The students will design and construct a device that uses energy to perform a task (e.g., a kite that flies using the wind).

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