Students can decorate kite shapes as they learn about flying kites.
25 Kites That Fly
by Leslie L. Hunt
Twenty-five basic kites are covered in great detail: standard two-stick kites; six-point stars; figural kites such as imps, fishermen, elephants, owls, shields, balloon kites; tetrahedral kites; various kinds of box kites with and without wings; really strong military kites, and many other varieties.
The Great Kite Book
by Norman Schmidt
Here are the instructions needed to build 19 different animal kites--from hawks to butterflies to peacocks to zebras
by Susan Wardle
This new Funstation introduces kids to beautiful kites from around the world and through the ages, with tips on kite flying, kite making, and recommendations on general safety. The kit features one traditional crossbow kite, one kite handle, flying line and attachments, templates for tails and kite shapes, and stickers.