23 Kite Activities

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1-2-3 Come Fly A Kite With Me!

As the wind is whipping around your school this month, are you looking for some kite-themed activities?  Well you've come to the right place!  I'll talk about a few of my favorites here, and then give you a link for the rest.

To help you review the Common Core State Standard: MD.1.3, I've designed a kite clock.  The game is entitled "Time Flies!" and reviews digital as well as analog time.

Click on the link to view/download the analog and digital time - kite clock.

If you're working on colors and patterning with your students, you'll enjoy the Kite Patterning packet.

You can quickly and easily whole group assess your students, as they have fun adding a variety of colored strips, to make a patterned kite tail.

Kites come in a large array of sizes and shapes, so I thought it would be fun to see if I could find examples of all of the 3D shapes.

I learned a lot doing this research, and found many examples of spheres, cones, cubes and cylinders.

In the easy reader: 3D Kites, students trace and write the shape words as well as glue the matching pictures to the numbered boxes.  Click on the link to view/download the 3D Kite booklet

No kite unit is complete, without studying the -ite and ight word familiesI made a kite poster listing these word families as well as included them in the My Kite Booklet

The easy-reader kite-booklet packet, is chock full of -ite & -ight activities, like the Zite Story Poem.

There's also some trace and write worksheets as well as well as a graphing extension, plus 25 traceable word cards.

The packet also includes an -ite -ight word family kite "craftivity."

Click on the links to view/download the My Kite Packet.

Finally, since all of the glyphs have been such popular downloads, I decided to make a kite glyph too.  Click on the link to grab this freebie.

To see more kite activities, click on the link to zip over to the kite section, with 23 kite activities!

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