My Lengendary Kite!
Created By : Chloe Castleberry
A little fun facts && history on kites. (:
The steps I took to make my kite.
ANSWER FOR NUMBER ONE:
The largest kites built in Japan are
flown in Hoshubana every May. The kites are 36 feet wide
and 48 feet tall with bridle lines more than 100 feet long. It
takes fifty members of the O-dako (Giant Kite) Association
of Hoshubana to launch this giant creation. Each team
member is suitably uniformed in a traditional festival jacket
that matches the kite. The kite is made from individual
pieces of rice paper, each glued together at the edges. If
each sheet is 18 inches wide and 24 inches tall, how many
sheets are needed to create the sail of this Japanese kite?