National Kite Flying Day: FREE PRINTABLE Coloring Page with Fun Facts!
Did you know that February 8 is National Kite Flying Day? Enjoy coloring in this free coloring page while learning some new facts about kites!
Did you know? The kite dates back to 200 BC in China.
In the 1200s, Italian explorer Marco Polo brought the kite back to Italy.
Then, in 1752, Benjamin Franklin and his son performed an experiment with a kite during a thunderstorm and proved that lightning was a natural phenomenon called electricity.
From this experiment and his findings, came the invention of the lightning rod.
This wasn’t the only time a kite has proved helpful!
Kites have been used numerous times throughout history for scientific research.
This free printable kite flying coloring page is the perfect way to celebrate this fun holiday.
We also included an educational video below so you watch it while you color to turn this into an easy mini-unit on kites!
Print and color in this fun FREE kite coloring page while enjoying learning new facts!
Or, if you’d prefer, you can also color it in digitally!
This kite coloring page is fun, easy to color in, and great for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and older children – even adults!
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Enjoy watching this video on the most amazing kites while you color!
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