A scenery of glorious, vibrant kites dancing across the azure sky, spreading their colours all over the horizon, is a sight that can leave anyone enchanted, especially the little ones who gather amazement from everything they see.
Learning is fueled by tapping into a child’s natural urge to play and encourage them to conduct the task by themselves. They learn by imagining and doing, a process that not only fulfils their needs to play and enjoy to their heart’s content but also develops a number of skills that will lead them a long way in life.
‘Let’s go fly a kite!’, these words are enough to get the children jumping with excitement and head outdoors, instead of being packed inside on their screens. Nothing stimulates imagination quite like kite flying and more than anything when done together, the activity creates a better family bonding and will gift you with a weekend filled with laughter, happiness and a bucket full of memories with your child to cherish for years down the road.
While flying kites generate the satisfaction of working with the wind and see your kite dance all the way to the highest peaks, getting things started off the ground isn’t as easy as it might seem. But take a breather, with just a few precautions, patience and the eagerness to learn, you can spend the time of your life with your colourful kites and the twinkling eyes of your child as they stand amazed by the beauty of the kites across the sky.