search aussie childcare network

International Kite Day is held on January 14th, 2024. The following provides a list of activities and free printables that can be implemented into the curriculum for children.

Kites Posters

Category Posters & Charts

Kites Posters provide images of different kites that can be flown from around the world. These can be used as a discussion point with children of what a kite may look like, kite designs and more.

Kite Colouring Pages enable children to colour and design their own kites. This can be used as part of an art experience where children can colour, collage, cut, paint and design their very own kites!

Kite Letter Matching enables children to recognise the letter of the alphabet and match them together with the corresponding kite. Letter recognition is important because it enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with spoken language.

Kite Shapes Match enables children to match the correct shape to the matching kite. Visual memory and discrimination involve identifying patterns of relationships and similarities and differences that help children to learn about early representation and problem-solving. Matching and sorting activities can also be good for developing fine motor skills.

Kite Colour Matching enables children to match the correct colour kite to the corresponding kite flyer. Colour matching helps build visual perception and thinking skills. Children can generally sort into colours before they can identify the name of the colours. Learning to categorise and classify also helps memory skills.

Kite Tracing Lines enable children to trace over a variety of different lines in different directions. This will help children in the development of their pre-writing skills. As a child practice tracing over these lines through copying and tracing this will give them the confidence and ability to write letters and numbers correctly.

Child Care Documentation App

© 2009-2024 Aussie Childcare Network Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved.