- Canada's National Aviation Museum
- A bilingual (French and English) site that has information and photos of hundreds of aircraft with historical and technical info on each. Also contains a glossary of related terms, a number of fun activities for kids, and "School Stuff" which explains the education programs at the museum and gives a number of lesson plan ideas.
- From Windmills to Whirligigs
- A unique science and art connection to wind with windmill-powered whirligigs
- History of Kites in Japan and Other Parts of the World
- a historical overview of kites from the earliest known models to the Japanese, European and American designs.
- The National Air and Space Museum Web Site, Washington, DC
- Soar Into Spring With Kites
- Information about kites with curriculum ideas.
- Alex's Paper Airplanes
- Free clear instructions for making a wide range of fun paper aircraft. Learn to fly...
- Boeing: Kids Page
- Free printables of colouring pages, mazes, word games, cutouts, and dot to dots
- The Wonder of Flight
- A website on the Boeing site that simply exlpains how different things fly. This site also has a visual timeline of the important people who helped shape the history of flight.
- NASA: Education
- NASA educator features, articles, lesson, and more.
- Plane Math
- "a place to learn cool things about math and aeronautics"
- Flights of Inspiration
- Created by The Franklin Institute Science Museum and the Science Museum, London.