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KaZoon Kites Elementary STEM Activity Guide

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Bring the fun of flying a kite to the classroom with the KaZoon Kites Elementary STEM Activity Guide. This elementary guide is written for Grades 3-5. With these fun activities, students grasp a variety of subjects including geometry, forces, drag, gravity, and tons more.

The KaZoon Kites Elementary STEM Activity Guide contains the NGSS and CCSSM standards addressed; teacher and student instructions for math, science, and engineering activities; assessment questions; and student pages. This guide contains two guided inquiry lessons and a culminating engineering challenge for students to apply concepts learned through the inquiry lessons.

Equipment and materials needed to complete guide activities include the KaZoon Kite Kits, paper clips, glue sticks, scissors, stopwatches, tape measures, string, tape, and standard classroom tools and materials.


Type: Activity Guides and Curriculum/Teacher's Guides Grades: 3-5



Learning Values

  • Forces
  • Equilibrium
  • Lifting bodies
  • Newton’s laws
  • Attributes of design
  • Historical perspectives
  • Structures
  • Materials strength
  • Problem solving
  • Technological design
  • Binomial expansion
  • Congruency
  • Geometric solids
  • Measuring angles


  • Author: Rena Mincks and Lilly Jensby
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Pages: 20
  • Publisher: Pitsco, Inc.
  • Copyright: 2016
  • Number of Lessons: 3
  • Number of Worksheets: 4

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“The KaZoon Kite isn’t your ordinary, run-of-the mill kite. No, indeed. It’s a tetrahedron. . . . I guarantee this is one of the most interesting kites you’ll ever see. . . . After seeing the unique shape and style of the kite, I was looking forward to trying it out. . . . All in all, this would be a fun family project, and if your kids enjoy hands-on activities, I can’t see going wrong with this one. Check it out.”

– Jonathan Lewis, editor, Home School Enrichment magazine