Pop-Up Kites require minimal assembly. Just take them out of the package, slide the back bar up so it locks in place, and attach the handle to the string on the front of the kite. Then you're ready to fly. The kites come in different styles, including ladybug and bee. They have additional features such as antennae that make them really charming and cute. Each is sold separately.
Because there is minimal assembly required for these kites, kids can send their kite flying as soon as they take it out of the package. The Pop-Up Kites fly just like regular kites but without the hassle of mom or dad trying to figure out how to put the kite together.
Pop-Up Kites are for ages 8 and up. For younger kids who also want to fly a kite, parents can help them out with these.
Pop-Up Kites have extra long tails, so be careful that you don't get the string tangled up in the tail.
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