Primary Singing Time here I come !!
I finished a kite poster for March Singing Times today. I'm not much of an artist but a few lines I can manage. I'm please with the result; it is bright and fun. The kites are removable, each has a number on back. The numbers indicate a song on my song list. I can the change the songs on the list each week for variety and as needed for song reviews. The children will select a kite and we'll sing the song indicated by the number on the back.
My kites fly on bright blue poster board from Dollar Tree. (don't you love that place!) The kites and knots are cut from scrapbooking paper, but construction paper, cardstock, or even white paper you decorate would work. Once I had the cutting done, I laid the kites and knots out on the poster board until I had an arrangement I liked. I made pencil marks lightly at each corner of the kites to mark the placement. I used a black sharpie and a straight edge to outline each kite. I penciled in the string lines and then used the sharpie to draw over them. Then I glued down the knot shapes. If you don't want to glue, you could simply draw the knots. The lines on the kites are lightly drawn with a regular ink pen to add some dimension.
Finally, I put a piece of packing tape on the back of each kite and in the middle of the kite shape on the poster.That way the scotch tape I use to hold the kites on won't tear up the paper so they will be useable multiple times and I avoid laminating everything.
Below is a link for the kite shape and knots if anyone wants to make a kite poster too.