This is the same template I used for my "Fly your Fractions" activity/bulletin display. Use the squares to create arrays in 5 different colors. The bows each correspond with one color array. The students find the area and perimeter for each array and record it on the corresponding bow. Then cut it all out & use a string to turn it into a kite.
You could also just use this as a perimeter activity and have your students create designs using 5 colors on their kites. I had my kids make Minecraft faces :) In other words, it doesn't need to be arrays/rectangles.
This makes for a really cute bulletin board display, or you can hang them from your classroom ceilings.