How to fly a kite?

Before flying a kite, you must know the direction and speed of the wind. If there is a flag or smoke nearby, you can know the direction it is floating. Otherwise, you can pick up dead grass or some small pieces of paper and throw it into the air. The right direction of the wind. When the wind is sufficient, you don’t need to ask for help when flying the kite. Take the kite's string yourself, run forward against the wind and watch it. Pay attention to the condition of the kite's flying until you feel that the wind is strong enough and the kite is going up. When climbing, you can stop and slowly release the line. When the wind is unsustainable, quickly retract the line back and give artificial wind; if you feel the kite line is pulling, you must seize the opportunity to release the line; if the kite is falling There is a trend to quickly retract part of the kite string until the kite can stand in the sky without falling. When flying a kite, it is best to have an assistant help, extend the kite string by about 10 meters, facing the wind, and hold the thumb and index finger with both hands. Hold the skeleton behind the kite, (it is easier to detach), hold it upright, wait for the gust of wind, and gently pull the kite out of the assistant's hand (you don't need to ask the assistant to let go), and run and release the line until the kite rises to the same level At altitude, shake lightly back and forth to stabilize the kite.