This fun activity promotes self-expression, fine motor skills and freedom of choice.

What You Need

  • Contact Paper (cut into the shape of a kite)
  • Multi-Colored Tissue Paper (cut in 1” – 2” squares)
  • Strips of Black Construction Paper
  • Ribbon


  • Give the child a piece of the cut contact paper.
  • Tape the contact paper sticky side up onto a stable surface (table, desk, lap board, etc.).
  • Add the black construction paper cross bars before the tissue paper is applied.
  • Add tissue paper squares to decorate.
  • When finished, add another piece of contact paper to seal the kite.
  • Add ribbon for a tail.

All activities should be supervised by an adult.

PPCC is not a health care provider and does not give medical advice or treatment. PPCC does not endorse or recommend any listed facilities, service providers, or support groups herein. PPCC offers the list and information as a resource only. PPCC does not pre-evaluate, or consider the Medicare/Medicaid status of the providers.

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