My Idea is about teaching your kids how to make and fly a kite. First, before embarking on the project, it is important to check your 10-day weather forecast and look for a windy day in the coming week or two. With your kite flying date in hand, tag along with the kids to any arts and crafts supplies or DIY store to gather the materials needed for making the kite. Finally, its time to make the kite! You can find kite-making instructions at the following link: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Kite-for-Kids. Once the kite is complete, head off as a family to a windy place such as the Marina Barrage or even a field near your block to fly the kite. It’s so much fun for the entire family!
Dads and Kids will love this because everyone loves to fly a kite! This is a fun activity that you can do at the park, or even in your own backyard. It teaches the kids arts and crafts skills, creativity and innovation. You can even hold contests for the highest flying kite, or the longest kite tail or for the most original design. But, all-in-all, it’s about having a good time and building memories. Don’t forget to bring the camera!