Japanese Kites at Landa!

This evening during the Landa Teen Scence, we decorated and constructed Japanese kites, which are made in celebration of Chinese New Year, in February. A thin, movable plastic acted as the kite’s wings, and we decorated with sharpies, while the instructor graciously wrote Japanese characters, some of which meant, freedom, taco, and octopus. After the plastic straws, used as support, were attatched and the strings tied, we stepped outside and let them fly. It was an invigorating challenge in getting the kites up into the sky, and an enjoyable time spent.

– Maddie C.

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