Where Fun and Education Meet
|Kites have a history that spans thousands of years of
learning, adventure, and experimentation in aviation.
Today, kites can be used in the classroom to teach a wide
variety of subjects. Kites can be used for relaxation or
as an exciting vehicle to carry physics, mathematics,
materials science, arts, crafts, and weather skyward!
Would you like a program, lecture, seminar or workshop? Contact me: email@example.com
|Kite presentations can be done at any level. They also can be done for Scouting Groups, Camps,
Hospitals, Retirement Centers and Community Groups.
Ask about a kite program that would fit your group. All programs can be tailored to your needs. They include a beautiful display of kites along with many demonstrations, examples, and a chance for everyone to ask questions.
|Want to build a kite? You can build kites one at a time or many at once. There's a special joy in flying a kite that you've made yourself.|
|Every visit has been a positive and rewarding experience. Here you will find testimonials and success stories from past visits.|
|Five books are available. Kites in the Classroom explains how kites can be used to make learning fun. Kites can be used as an exciting vehicle to carry physics, mathematics, materials science, arts, crafts, and weather skyward! Kite plans and detailed suggestions are provided. It's written for teachers and kite flyers who wish to use kites as a vehicle for instruction. The book How to Fly a Kite covers the basics of buying, setting up, launching, flying and taking down a kite. New books include, Miniature Kites, Indoor Kite Flying, and the Kite Workshop Handbook.|
|Kite education has been my passion for many years now. This becomes clear when you see the long list of past activities with school visits, workshops, articles, and more.|
|Free resources and activities with more great ideas for teachers. Includes 25 web resources and suggestions for more than 10 fun activities for students.|
Please arrange a visit by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org