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For four thousand years, the kite has served as a form of transportation, a scientific tool, a weapon of war and a toy. Because of this, kite-making in the classroom can serve as a window into history, a form of self-expression, or a range of other curriculum-supporting projects. While tailoring her theme to curriculum needs, Albers discusses various techniques and materials, emphasizing teamwork as students make kites. This workshop can be adjusted for a range of ages.

Kites are an enlightening way to assist teachers in their quest to engage, excite and educate their pupils. This workshop can be tailored to suit adult For four thousand years, the kite has served as a form of transportation, a scientific tool, a weapon of war and a toy.

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