This kite is light and easy to make. It differs from the classic kites by the materials used for its making (a plastic bag, drinking straws and scotch tape).
When we were young, we used old newspapers, wooden sticks, and glue made of water and wheat.
Cut the bendy part of the straws.
Insert the straws one into the other.
Put scotch tape at the joints. Prepare two ”sticks” of different sizes.
Shape them in the form a cross and fix them with the scotch tape. Cut the ends of straws so that the thread can be attached and make the kite look completed.
Cut open a big plastic bag. Take a piece that is slightly bigger than the size of the kite. Turn up the ends of the bag and fix with the scotch tape.
Put the thread. Make a tail with the remains of the bag.
Decorate the with a permanent marker.