Color and word recognition will soar with this fun kite!
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- 9" x 12" sheet of construction paper
- 2" x 4" construction paper rectangle in each color: red, orange, yellow, blue, green, purple, black, white
- construction paper scraps
- black and white crayons
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Cut the construction paper sheet to form a diamond (kite). Cut the scraps to decorate the kite.
Use the black crayon to write the matching color word on each rectangle. When you get to the black rectangle, use the white crayon.
Trim around each color word to make a bow.
Cut paper scraps and glue them on to decorate the kite. Hole-punch the bottom of the kite. Tie a piece of yarn (tail) to the kite and tape each bow to the tail. Tie the tail to the kite.
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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