Kite making projects can help primary school children develop practical skills in a fun and motivating way.
These great value kits each contain materials to make 10 kites. All kits include flying line but some do not include kite handles which can be made from other materials as part of the project or ordered separately. Some kites are made from colourmate plastic - our own draw-on and paint-on plastic, adding an extra fun dimension to your kite-making activity.
Celebrating 1929 Nobel Prize Winner, Biochemist Hans von Euler-Chelpin 15th Feb 2019
Hans von Euler-Chelpin, (born on this day 15th February, 1873 in Augsburg, Germany), was a Swedish biochemist who shared the 1929 Nobel Prize for Chemistry with Sir Arthur Harden for work on the role of enzymes in the fermentation of sugar.